Lesson V: Roma!

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Bellwork: Practice Vocab Quiz
• For words in Latin, list the definition. For
words in English, list the complete dictionary
entry. Do this without notes!
1. shape
Hint: for nouns, list the
nominative singular,
2. worry, concern, care
genitive
singular,
and
3. flat, level
gender. For adjectives, list
4. cibus, cibi (m)
the masculine, feminine,
and neuter nominative
5. copia, copiae (f)
singular forms.
6. clarus, clara, clarum
Trade & Grade
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Shape: forma, formae, f.
worry, concern, care: cura, curae, f.
flat, level: planus, plana, planum
cibus, cibi (m): food
copia, copiae (f): supply, abundance
clarus, clara, clarum: clear, bright, famous
Lesson V: Roma!
Question-Based Translation Review
Latin I
What was Rome like at first?
1.Rōma primō parva erat et
Rōmānī nōn multī erant.
• At first Rome was small and
there were not many Romans.
What was the shape of the city?
2. Propter Septimontium, urbs
nōn plāna erat, sed fōrma
Rōmae quadrāta erat.
• On account of its seven hills,
the city was not flat, but the
shape of Rome was a square.
How was the city described?
3. Posteā magna et clāra urbs
erat; rēgīna terrārum erat.
• Afterwards, the city was large
and famous; she was the
queen of the lands.
What had good fortune?
4. Fōrtūna Rōmae et
Rōmānōrum bona erat.
• The fortune of Rome and the
Romans was good.
What were the roads like?
5. Viae Rōmānae multae et
longae erant.
• Roman roads were long and
many.
What is the Via Appia?
6. Rēgīna viārum erat Via Appia.
• The queen of the roads was
the Via Appia (Appian Way).
How have the roads changed?
7. Ōlim magnus numerus carrōrum et
equōrum in viīs Rōmae erat; nunc in
viīs Italiae nōn multī carrī et equī
sunt.
• Once a great number of carts and
horses were on the roads of Rome;
now on the roads of Italy there are
not many carts and horses.
Where are the servants?
8. Ōlim multī servī erant in viīs
Rōmānīs, sed nōn iam servī in
Rōmā sunt.
• Once many servants were on
the Roman roads, but servants
are no longer in Rome.
Why were there many aqueducts?
9. Quod aqua bona erat magna cūra
Rōmānōrum, erant multī et longī
aquaeductūs in Latiō antiquō.
• Because good water was a great
concern of the Romans, there were
many and long aqueducts in ancient
Latium.
What is still a major concern for many
people?
10. Etiam nunc cōpia aquae clārae
est cūra multōrum Italōrum et
multōrum Americānōrum.
• Even now an abundance of clear
water is the concern of many
Italians and many Americans.
What about Rome is great?
11. Fāma Rōmae magna est.
• The fame of Rome is great.
What is great about America?
12. Fāma Americae etiam
magna est.
• The fame of America is also
great.
What do Americans love?
13. Americānī viās bonās et
architectūram Rōmānōrum
amant.
• Americans love good roads
and the architecture of the
Romans.
What do Americans praise?
14. Multī Americānī Rōmam
laudant; ruīnās antīquās
Rōmae spectant et laudant.
• Many Americans praise Rome;
they see look at and praise the
ancient ruins of Rome.
What do Americans look at?
15. Fōrmam Rōmae antīquae et
novae spectant.
• They look at the shape of
ancient and new Rome.
Can you answer this question in Latin
(Latine)? 
16. Pictūrās ruinārum Rōmānārum
amātis?
• Do y’all love pictures of Roman
ruins?
• Answer:
• Sic, picturas amamus!
• Minime, picturas non amamus 