2a exercitium 5: more vocabulary
2a exercitium 6: sententiae et quaestiones
Cibus: January 16 (last day of Quarter 2) – do these three exercises; print out the second and third when you get 80% or better.
a few computer “flash cards”
cibus –vocab food vocabulary, vocab list forms, and a few derivatives
cibus -formulae singular/plural forms, and forms in sentences
Some online articles about ancient Roman food and eating customs:
http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/banq/hd_banq.htm Nice photos embedded right in the text.
http://www.press.uchicago.edu/Misc/Chicago/233472.html Some ancient Roman recipes translated into the kind of recipe moderns expect.
http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2013/10/26/240237774/fish-sauce-an-ancient-roman-condiment-rises-again Garum (fish sauce) was an important condiment in ancient Rome.
2b, ex. 1 vocab, “in triclinio” (recognition/meaning, not vocab list forms)
2b, ex. 2: de copia verborum (ab Anglica ad linguam Latinam) (vocab list forms)
2b, ex. 3: numeri
2b, ex. 4: quaesita
2b, ex. 5: vocabulary in sentences
2b, ex. 6: derivatives
2b recensio: part 1 (Latin numbers & Roman numerals; vocabulary)
Try another teacher’s Greek creation quiz
2c, ex. 4: omnia pluraliter (nominative & acc. plurals; 3rd person pl. of verbs)
2c, ex. 5: word forms in sentences
2d, ex. 1 Don't do it (negative commands)
a powerpoint review of most of the topics for the pars d probatio (you’ll probably have to download the powerpoint, then open it)
2d, ex. 2 vocabulary list forms
The official Cambridge Latin Course site – Stage 2 – has lots of links to pages about Roman daily life, food, and clothing.
mosaic from triclinium floor