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Week 4: Evangelium.

Background | Background Quiz | Starting Assumptions | Resources | Extras
Vocabulary | Etymology | Grammar | Perseus Dictionary | Perseus Tool

Reading Overview | Reading Quiz: English
| Reading Quiz: Latin
Discussion Questions | Latin Composition | Weekly Checklist


Vocabulary Quiz

You may find it easier to print this vocabulary list and prepare the definitions with paper and pencil before entering your answers into the computer. Or, if you prefer, you can log on to Blackboard and print the version of the quiz that appears there.

For the quiz, you will need to be able to supply the dictionary form of the word, prompted by an English definition and the first letter of the Latin word. Note: You can take the online quiz as often as you want; the computer will record your most recent score. The quiz is only available through Tuesday midnight.

Want to improve your Latin vocabulary in general? Learn about Latin word frequency lists! These lists can help you focus your attention on the most frequently used words. The vocabulary lists for this course are based on a Medieval Latin word frequency list.


Vocabulary and Notes

This week's vocabulary consists of verbs from Conjugation I and II and IV. Remember, it is your responsibility to make sure you know all four principal parts of each verb. You cannot effectively use a verb if you know only the dictionary form. Your Grammar assignment for this week covers the verb endings for these conjugations.

You might want to play some QUIA Games to practice this vocabulary, and take a practice Cloze Quiz.

Special notes:

Conjugation I:

amo
canto
do
interrogo
intro
narro
nomino
paro
pecco
porto
puto
rogo
sto
voco

Conjugation II:

debeo
gaudeo
habeo
iubeo
mereo
placet
respondeo
sedeo
soleo
teneo
timeo
valeo
video

Conjugation IV:

aperio
audio
convenio
eo
exeo
invenio
nescio
redeo
reperio
sancio
scio
transeo
venio

 


Modern Languages 4970 / MRS 4903: Medieval Latin. Spring 2003 Online Course at the University of Oklahoma. Visit http://www.ou.edu/online/ for more info.
Laura Gibbs, University of Oklahoma - Information Technology © 2003.  laura-gibbs@ou.edu. Last updated: December 29, 2002 7:12 PM