Flashcards in 36b. English to Latin Deck (24)
4. He said that they were studying Latin literature.
4. Dīxit eōs litterīs Latīnīs studēre.
5. He told why they were studying Latin literature.
5. Dīxit cūr litterīs Latīnīs studērent.
6. He said that they should study Latin literature (he told them to study ...)
6. Dīxit ut litterīs Latīnīs studērent.
7. We asked them why they were studying Greek philosophy.
7. Ab eīs quaesīvimus cūr philosophiae Graecae studērent.
8. Do you ask that we learn (= do you ask us to learn) the nature of all things?
8. Quaerisne ut nātūram omnium rērum cognōscāmus?
9. I warn you to spare these wise men.
9. Tē moneō ut hīs sapientibus parcās.
10. He warned the soldiers not to injure those seeking peace.
10. Mīlitēs monuit nē eīs pācem petentibus nocērent.
11. He will command us not to trust the enemy.
11. Nōbīs imperābit nē hostibus crēdāmus.
11a. hostibus = dative; with special verbs.
11a. Nōbīs imperābit nē hostibus crēdāmus. Explain the syntax of hostibus.
12. He commanded you to obey the leader.
12. Tibi imperāvit ut ducī pārērēs.
13. I ask you why you did this.
13. Tē rogō cūr hoc fēcerīs.
14. I ask you to do this.
14. Tē rogō ut hoc faciās.
15. I beg of you that peace be made.
15. Ā tē petō ut pāx fīat.
16. They kept begging me not make war.
16. Ā mē petēbant nē bellum facerem.
17. I begged him not to obey the disgraceful king.
17. Eum ōrāvī nē rēgī turpī pārēret.
18. We beg you to become very keen pupils.
18. Vōs ōrāmus ut discipulī ācerrimī fīatis.
19. Do not be like that harsh tyrant.
19. Nōlī esse similis istī tyrannō dūrō.
20. Caesar took care that his power be made greatest in the state.
20. Caesar cūrāvit ut imperium suum maximum in cīvitāte fieret.
21. The speaker urged us to serve our free country eagerly.
21. Ōrātor nōs hortātus est ut līberae patriae nostrae cum studiō servīrēmus.
22. He persuaded us that we should always use just laws.
22. Nōbīs persuasit ut aequīs lēgibus semper ūterēmur.
23. We are trying to persuade the leader not to harm the arts and laws of the country.
23. Cōnāmur ducī persuādēre nē artibus et lēgibus patriae noceat.
24. A tyrant commands that money be made; and money is made.
24. Tyrannus imperat ut pecūnia fīat; et pecūnia fit.
24b. But that fool does not perceive that this money will be nothing without good faith.
24b. At ille stultus nōn sentit hanc pecūniam sine bonā fīde futūram esse nihil.