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Wheelock's page 369

Postby Dobsnick » Thu Mar 19, 2009 7:15 am

Does anyone happen to have a copy of page 369 or possibly just questions 8-17? I have seemed to have left my latin book in my locker and 12 A.M. is a tad late to be wondering the school.
I hope somebody happens to be on and able to post the questions or a copy of the page by about 6:45 Pacific standard time.
I would be very greatful for the help
Thank you.
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Re: Wheelock's page 369

Postby Lex » Thu Mar 19, 2009 8:26 am

You are soooooo lucky that I have insomnia, and that I did similar things in high school and so feel your pain...

I hope you are referring to the 6th edition. My copy has, on page 369, the optional self-tutorial exercises for chapter 14.

My typing convention assumes your computer can't handle proper fonts, so, for example, in "homine-s", the hyphen after the "e" indicates a long "e", i.e. a macron.

Multa bella cum Ro-ma-ni-s gessit.

Ci-vita-tem magna- cum sapientia- gere-bant.

Ipse ci-vita-tem vi- co-pia-rum tenuit.

Illa anima-lia multo-s homine-s in mare tra-xe-runt.

Hoc magna- cum arte di-xisti-.

Cum cu-ra- tra-ns urbem cucurrimus.

Magna- cum parte ci-vium ad no-s venie-bat.

Iu-ra ci-vium vi- vincet.

Eum ad mortem tra-ns terram eius tra-xistis.

No-s cum ci-vibus multa-rum urbium iunge-mus.
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Re: Wheelock's page 369

Postby benissimus » Thu Mar 19, 2009 8:49 am

wow... that is very lucky :)
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Re: Wheelock's page 369

Postby Dobsnick » Thu Mar 19, 2009 1:34 pm

You my friend are godsend. Yes that is all perfect thank you so much for the help :D
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