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Grammar Review: Conjugations I-II-IV

The grammar preparation quiz covers the information shown below; make sure you study this information carefully before you try to take the quiz. When you are ready, log in to Blackboard to take the quiz. You can take the online quiz as often as you want; the computer will record your most recent score. The quiz will be available until Wednesday midnight.

This week we turn to verb conjugations. We will do declensions I, II, and III since these are the declensions with a clearly visible "vowel" stem: the "a" verbs in I, the "e" verbs in II, and the "i" verbs in IV. (We will do the more complicated verb conjugation III next time.

Make sure you are perfectly familiar with this information about the present active indicate endings for Conjugations I, II, and IV.

For the quiz, you will need to be able to "fill in the blank" with an appropriate form of the verb given in parentheses. You will see a nominative noun used in the sentence to let you know what the subject of the sentence should be (the pronouns ego, tu, nos and vos alert you when the subject is first or second person). Example:

(rogo) Cur vos Marcum ___________? Answer: rogatis

  1. (audio) - Cur vos verba mea non _____?
  2. (canto) - Frater noster bene _____ !
  3. (teneo) - Quid pater in manu _____?
  4. (exeo) - Ecce! Uxor eius _____.
  5. (debeo) - Quid ego facere _____?
  6. (pecco) - Homines omnes _____.
  7. (venio) - Ego certe _____.
  8. (do) - Vos mihi nihil _____.
  9. (placeo) - Haec omnia mihi _____.
  10. (scio) - Nos non _____.
  11. (respondeo) - Milites mihi non _____.
  12. (voco) - Imperator duces _____.

Modern Languages 4970 / MRS 4903: Medieval Latin. Spring 2003 Online Course at the University of Oklahoma. Visit for more info.
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