salvī sītis comitēs!

(hi friends!)

salvus sīs, comes!

(hi friend!)

Gradus Latīnus Tertius et Honorātus

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Tēlephōna

quandō melius? quandō peius?

Dē itineribus

(about travels)

bīrota (bicycle)

raeda (car)

longinquus (distant)

raedāria / raedārius (driver)

petroleum (gasoline)

propinquus (nearby)

ārea statīva (parking lot)

locus statīvus (parking place)

vector (passenger)

temerārius (reckless)

onerārium (truck)

frequentia vehiculōrum (traffic)

stipō stipāre stipāvī (crowd)

gubernō gubernāre gubernāvī (drive)

sē conferō conferre contulī (go)

advehor advehī advectus sum (ride / be transported)

consistō consistere constitī (stop)

Opera

(projects)

Create a final proposal of your project:

  • How did the feedback influence you?
  • Given 4 weeks, what do you think you can accomplish?
  • What is your driving question now?
  • What are you going to produce?
  • Consider your audience:
    • we don't want to make something boring for them!
  • How will you track your sources? How will you distinguish reputable from non-reputable sources?

Format:

  • Google Doc or Slideshow
  • Presented to the class
  • Think of feedback you'd like from class

Gallery Walk

  • On a giant sticky note:
  • Write your project's title (make it interesting!)
  • Write your driving question
    • Maybe we work on this together a bit, to refine it
  • Include some benefits to your audience from this project
  • Make an illustration of either the final product or something that represents your project
  • Comment on other groups' projects w/ regular sticky notes
  • Only helpful and kind feedback
  • Each comment on its own sticky note
  • Phrase in terms of:
    • "I like . . ."
      • if there is an element that really appeals to you
    • "I wonder . . ."
      • if you think there could be a difficulty
    • "I have . . ."
      • for ideas and resources you might be able to offer them

Expergiscī

(to wake up)

experrectus sum

(I woke up)

experrectus es

(you woke up)

experrectus est

(he woke up)

experrectī sumus

(we woke up)

experrectī estis

(y'all woke up)

experrectī sunt

(they woke up)

duodecima

prīma

secunda

tertia

quarta

quinta

sexta

septima

octava

nōna

decima

ūndecima

dīmidium

(half)

quadrans

(quarter)

dodrans

(three quarters)

ante (+ acc.)

(before)

post (+ acc.)

(ante)

at

(case?)

Ientaculum

(breakfast)

Tempus Praesēns

(present tense)

Tempus Praeteritum

(perfect tense)

ientō

(I have breakfast)

ientās

(you have breakfast)

ientat

(ze has breakfast)

ientāmus

(we have breakfast)

ientātis

(y'all have breakfast)

ientant

(they have breakfast)

ientāvī

(I had breakfast)

ientāvistī

(you had breakfast)

ientāvit

(ze had breakfast)

ientāvimus

(we had breakfast)

ientāvistis

(y'all had breakfast)

ientāvērunt

(they had breakfast)

bibere

(to drink)

cafeum

(coffee)

sūcus

(juice)

lac

(milk)

bibō

(I drink)

bibis

(you drink)

bibit

(ze drinks)

bibimus

(we drink)

bibitis

(y'all drink)

bibunt

(they drink)

thea

(tea)

Quid agis?

(how are you doing?)

Ut valēs?

(how are you?)

Quōmodo tē habēs?

(how are you?)

_____ agō

(I am doing _____)

valeō

(I am well)

_____ mē habeō

(I feel _____)

_____ sum

(I am _____)

Quaestiōnēs

Respōnsa

Quid agitur?

(what's going on?)

nihil

(nothing)

Cella:

"TERTIUS"

Nōmen est:

Diēs Nātālis

MMDDAAAA

e.g.: 07162001

latin3-week30-day04

By jaalin

latin3-week30-day04

We review the grammar for chapter 18 and continue reading chapter 18

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