Atrium Latin: Lesson 22 Template

Chapter 11 SA + Cicero

Before completing your assignment, you are strongly advised to review the vocabulary for this chapter while listening to the audio files at the Official Wheelock site. In addition, you might want hone your skills by making use of these other online resources:

  • the additional online exercises for this chapter at the University of Victoria
  • Laura Gibbs' Quia games for this chapter
  • The exercises/self tests at Ohio State
  • It's always a good idea to do the Optional Self Tutorial exercises at the back of the text. The exercises for this chapter begin on page 366 and the answers on page 403.

    The Template

    Please cut and paste the following as the subject line of your email (fill in the appropriate 'epithet' identifying which section of the course you're in):

    Atrium Latin [epithet]: Chapter 11 SA + Cicero

    This is the template itself; cut and paste it into your mail program (don't forget to adjust the initials):

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    for reference purposes:

    TR 01 Quid facis, Catilina?
    TR 02 Quid cogitas?
    TR 03 Sentimus magna vitia insidiasque tuas.
    TR 04 O tempora!
    TR 05 O mores!
    TR 06 Senatus haec intellegit, consul videt.
    TR 07 Hic tamen vivit.
    TR 08 Vivit?
    TR 09 Etiam in senatum ... ad mortem nos!
    TR 10 Et nos, boni viri, nihil facimus!
    TR 11 Ad mortem te, Catilina, consul et senatus ducere debent.
    TR 12 Consilium habemus ... erramus!
    TR 13 Fuge nunc, Catilina, et duc tecum amicos tuos.
    TR 14 Nobiscum remanere ... tolerabo!

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