Latin/Spoken/Test 1

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Spoken Latin
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Revision: 1234
Assessment: 12

THIS PAGE IS IN PROGRESS. NOLI DISTURBARE! This test will assess ability to remember (and use) question words which have been gradually brought in throughout the Spoken Latin course. It consists of 10 Latin-English questions and 10 English-Latin questions.

Latin-English[edit]

EXERCISE • Test 1 • Translate from Latin to English
  1. Quomodo ambulavisti ad forum?
  2. Cur Galliam oppugnavisti?
  3. Habesne casam an villam?
  4. Vin tu esse rhetor?
  5. Nonne amas loqui latina?
  6. Mene fugis?
  7. Unde venis?
  8. Quando loqueris Anglice?
  9. Quot ova habes?
  10. Num domum iam is?
SOLUTION • Latin/Spoken/Test 1 • Translate from Latin to English
  1. How did you walk to the forum?
  2. Why did you attack France?
  3. Do you have a house or a villa?
  4. D'ya want to be a teacher?
  5. Surely you love to talk latin?
  6. Is it me you are running away from?
  7. From where did you come?
  8. When do you speak english?
  9. How many eggs do you have?
  10. Surely you're not going home already?

English-Latin[edit]

Remember: Word order doesn't always matter so much in English-Latin, so your answer has a certain licence to vary.

EXERCISE • Test 1 • Translate from Latin to English
  1. Where is the river?
  2. Do you prefer water or wine?
  3. How long is the comedy?
  4. To where are you going now?
  5. Nonne amas loqui latina?
  6. Quo is nunc?
  7. Unde venis?
  8. Quando loqueris Anglice?
  9. Quot ova habes?
  10. Num domum iam is?
SOLUTION • Latin/Spoken/Test 1 • Translate from Latin to English
  1. Ubi est flumen?
  2. Mavisne aquam an vinum?
  3. Quamdiu est comoedia?
  4. Quo is nunc?
  5. Surely you love to talk latin?
  6. To where are you going now?
  7. From where did you come?
  8. When do you speak english?
  9. How many eggs do you have?
  10. Surely you're not going home already?

A complete textbook for spoken Classical Latin, G.J. Adler's "A Practical Grammar of the Latin Language for Speaking and Writing Latin" can be found on Google Books: http://www.google.co.uk/books?id=GJgAAAAAYAAJ This textbook can be heard read out aloud here: http://latinum.mypodcast.com