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1

Give the perfect passive first-person plural form of intellego (feminine ending).

intellectae sumus

2

True/False: The perfect passive system is formed in Latin by combining a verb's fourth principal part with a form of sum.

TRUE

3

Give the future perfect passive third-person singular form of video (masculine ending).

visus erit

4

Give the future perfect passive third-person plural form of the verb that means "praise" (masculine ending).

laudati erunt

5

Give the perfect passive first-person singular form of the verb that means "praise" (masculine ending).

laudatus sum

6

What is the masculine accusative singular form of the interrogative adjective?

quem

7

What is the genitive singular form of the Latin word that means "eagerness, zeal, pursuit, study"?

studii

8

What is the neuter nominative singular form of the Latin interrogative pronoun, which means "who? what? which?"?

quid

9

What is the third principal part of the verb that means "free, liberate"?

liberavi

10

What is the masculine nominative singular form of the Latin interrogative adjective, which means "what? which? what kind of?"?

qui

11

What is the neuter accusative singular form of the interrogative adjective?

quod

12

What is the gender of the Latin word that means "judgment, decision, opinion"?

neuter

13

Give the perfect passive first-person plural form of the verb that means "praise" (masculine ending).

laudati sumus

14

Give the perfect passive second-person plural form of the verb that means "praise" (masculine ending).

laudati estis

15

What is the neuter nominative singular form of the Latin adjective that means "new; strange"?

novum

16

What is the gender of the Latin word that means "eagerness, zeal, pursuit, study"?

neuter

17

What is the masculine accusative singular form of the interrogative pronoun?

quem

18

Give the perfect passive first-person singular form of moneo (feminine ending).

monita sum

19

What is the nominative singular form of the Latin word that means "judgment, decision, opinion"?

iudicium

20

Give the perfect passive third-person singular form of the verb that means "praise" (masculine ending).

laudatus est

21

True/False: The interrogative adjective has an antecedent.

FALSE

22

What is the feminine accusative singular form of the interrogative adjective?

quam

23

Give the perfect passive third-person plural form of the verb that means "praise" (masculine ending).

laudati sunt

24

Give the pluperfect passive second-person plural form of sentio (masculine ending).

sensi eratis

25

What is the neuter nominative singular form of the Latin adjective that means "definite, sure, certain, reliable"?

certum

26

Give the pluperfect passive second-person singular form of the verb that means "praise" (masculine ending).

laudatus eras

27

Give the perfect passive second-person singular form of the verb that means "praise" (masculine ending).

laudatus es

28

What is the genitive singular form of the Latin word that means "judgment, decision, opinion"?

iudicii

29

What is the masculine nominative singular form of the Latin adjective that means "definite, sure, certain, reliable"?

certus

30

What is the second principal part of the verb that means "free, liberate"?

liberare

31

What is the first principal part of the verb that means "prepare, provide, get, obtain"?

paro

32

What is the neuter nominative singular form of the Latin interrogative adjective, which means "what? which? what kind of?"?

quod

33

What is the feminine nominative singular form of the Latin interrogative adjective, which means "what? which? what kind of?"?

quae

34

Give the pluperfect passive first-person plural form of the verb that means "praise" (masculine ending).

laudati eramus

35

What is the nominative singular form of the Latin word that means "eagerness, zeal, pursuit, study"?

studium

36

What is the genitive singular form of the Latin word that means "old man"?

senis

37

Give the future perfect passive third-person plural form of facio (neuter ending).

facta erunt

38

What is the neuter accusative singular form of the interrogative pronoun?

quid

39

What is the second principal part of the verb that means "prepare, provide, get, obtain"?

parare

40

True/False: The interrogative adjective is identical with the relative pronoun in formation.

TRUE

41

True/False: The interrogative adjective modifies a noun.

TRUE

42

What is the gender of the Latin word that means "old man"?

masculine

43

What is the masculine/feminine nominative singular form of the Latin interrogative pronoun, which means "who? what? which?"?

quis

44

Give the future perfect passive third-person singular form of the verb that means "praise" (masculine ending).

laudatus erit

45

Give the future perfect passive first-person plural form of the verb that means "praise" (masculine ending).

laudati erimus

46

What is the Latin conjunction that means "but; but, mind you; but, you say" and is a more emotional adversative than sed?

at

47

Give the pluperfect passive second-person plural form of the verb that means "praise" (masculine ending).

laudati eratis

48

Give the pluperfect passive first-person singular form of the verb that means "praise" (masculine ending).

laudatus eram

49

Give the pluperfect passive third-person plural form of the verb that means "praise" (masculine ending).

laudati erant

50

Give the future perfect passive second-person plural form of the verb that means "praise" (masculine ending).

laudati eritis

51

What is the feminine nominative singular form of the Latin adjective that means "new; strange"?

nova

52

What is the first principal part of the verb that means "free, liberate"?

libero

53

What is the fourth principal part of the verb that means "prepare, provide, get, obtain"?

paratum

54

What is the feminine nominative singular form of the Latin adjective that means "definite, sure, certain, reliable"?

certa

55

What is the fourth principal part of the verb that means "free, liberate"?

liberatum

56

Give the future perfect passive second-person singular form of the verb that means "praise" (masculine ending).

laudatus eris

57

True/False: A verb's fourth principal part is its perfect passive participle.

TRUE

58

What is the third principal part of the verb that means "prepare, provide, get, obtain"?

paravi

59

What is the nominative singular form of the Latin word that means "old man"?

senex

60

Give the pluperfect passive third-person singular form of the verb that means "praise" (masculine ending).

laudatus erat

61

What is the feminine accusative singular form of the interrogative pronoun?

quem

62

What is the masculine nominative singular form of the Latin adjective that means "new; strange"?

novus

63

Give the future perfect passive first-person singular form of the verb that means "praise" (masculine ending).

laudatus ero

64

Give the pluperfect passive second-person singular form of amo (neuter ending).

amatum eras