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Answers to Quiz Posted by on Apr 1, 2010 in Latin Language

As promised, the answers are in bold :

(1) Dictātor es. (You are a dictator)

(2) Adulēscēns nōn sum. (I am not an adolescent)

(3) Sumus deae. (We are goddesses)

(4) Nōn sum ego servus. (I am not a servant)

(5) Vir est hōmo. (The man is a human being)

(6) Puer nōn est medicus. (The boy is not a doctor)

(7) Pīratae nōn sunt convīvae. (The pirates are not guests)

(8) Ambulant. (ambulāre = to walk) (They are walking, they do walk, they walk)

(9) ōrāmus. (ōrāre = to beg, to plead) (We are begging, We do beg, We beg)

(10) Sum puella et es fēmina. (I am a girl and you are a woman)

(11) Et agricola et nauta sum. (I am both a farmer and a sailor)

(12) Trānsportātis aquam terramque. (trānsportāre = to transport. aqua= water. terra = soil.) (You all are transporting water and soil)

(13) Nōn narrat adulter fābulam. (fābula = story. nārrāre = to tell [a story]. adulter = adulterer.) (The adulterer is not telling a story)

(14) Socerī portant tubam.  (portāre = to carry, to bring. socer = father-in-law. tuba = trumpet.) (The father – in – laws are carrying a trumpet)

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