You do not need to use macrons (long marks) for this assignment.
Translate to Latin
1. Good schoolmasters are not foolish.
2. The good women are thinking about great wisdom. [Use a substantive adjective (Ch. 4) for “good women”]
3. Warn the good men! The poets of the fatherland are giving bad plans to the Roman boys!
Here are some of the concepts that you will need to use to translate the above sentences into Latin:
- First and second conjugation verbs
- Imperative verbs
- First conjugation nouns and adjectives
- Second conjugation nouns and adjectives
- Substantive adjectives
- Predicate nouns and adjectives
- Noun-adjective agreement
- The subject of a verb
- The direct object of a verb
- The notion of “possession”, i.e. the case that indicates possession.
- The indirect object of a verb
- The object of a preposition