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1

True/False: The masculine genitive singular ending of the fourth declension is -us with a long mark.

TRUE

2

What is the second principal part of the verb that means "be without, be deprived of, want, lack; be free from"?

carere

3

What is the gender of the Latin word that means "evil deed, crime, sin, wickedness"?

neuter

4

What is the masculine dative singular ending of the fourth declension?

ui

5

What is the nominative singular form of the Latin word that means "hand, band; handwriting"?

manus

6

What is the neuter dative plural ending of the fourth declension?

ibus

7

What is the Latin preposition that means "against"?

contra

8

What is the neuter dative singular ending of the fourth declension?

u

9

What is the neuter accusative singular ending of the fourth declension?

u

10

What use of the ablative is the object of the verb careo, carere?

separation

11

What is the nominative singular form of the Latin word that means "evil deed, crime, sin, wickedness"?

scelus

12

What is the gender of the Latin word that means "fear, dread, anxiety"?

masculine

13

What is the nominative singular form of the Latin word that means "line of verse"?

versus

14

True/False: Ab, de, and ex are all prepositions used with the Ablative of Place from Which.

TRUE

15

True/False: Cum, sub, and pro are all prepositions used with the Ablative of Place from Which.

FALSE

16

What is the genitive singular form of the Latin word that means "servitude, slavery"?

servitutis

17

What is the fourth principal part of the verb that means "be without, be deprived of, want, lack; be free from"?

cariturus

18

The object of the preposition contra will be what case?

accusative

19

What is the nominative singular form of the Latin word that means "fear, dread, anxiety"?

metus

20

What is the neuter nominative plural ending of the fourth declension?

ua

21

What is the masculine dative plural ending of the fourth declension?

ibus

22

True/False: The masculine accusative plural ending of the fourth declension is the same as the nominative plural.

TRUE

23

What is the masculine genitive plural ending of the fourth declension?

uum

24

True/False: The masculine nominative plural ending of the fourth declension is -us with a long mark.

TRUE

25

What is the neuter genitive plural ending of the fourth declension?

uum

26

What is the gender of the Latin word that means "fruit, profit, enjoyment"?

masculine

27

What is the Latin conjunction that means "and not, nor"?

neque or nec

28

True/False: The neuter genitive singular ending of the fourth declension is -us with a long mark.

TRUE

29

True/False: The Ablative of Place from Which requires a preposition.

TRUE

30

What is the genitive singular form of the Latin word that means "fruit, profit, enjoyment"?

fructus (long u)

31

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

Graecia

32

What is the gender of the Latin word that means "servitude, slavery"?

feminine

33

What is the first principal part of the verb that means "be without, be deprived of, want, lack; be free from"?

careo

34

What is the genitive singular form of the Latin word that means "line of verse"?

versus (long u)

35

What is the neuter nominative singular form of the Latin adjective that means "common, general"?

commune

36

What is the genitive singular form of the Latin word that means "evil deed, crime, sin, wickedness"?

sceleris

37

True/False: The neuter accusative plural ending of the fourth declension is the same as the nominative plural.

TRUE

38

What is the masculine accusative singular ending of the fourth declension?

um

39

What is the genitive singular form of the Latin word that means "fear, dread, anxiety"?

metus (long u)

40

What is the masculine ablative singular ending of the fourth declension?

u

41

What is the third principal part of the verb that means "be without, be deprived of, want, lack; be free from"?

carui

42

What is the neuter nominative singular form of the Latin adjective that means "heavy, weighty, serious, important, severe, grievous"?

grave

43

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

senatus

44

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

Graeciae

45

What is the gender of the Latin word that means "senate"?

masculine

46

True/False: Manus is the only feminine fourth-declension noun that you will see frequently.

TRUE

47

What is the nominative singular form of the Latin word that means "fruit, profit, enjoyment"?

fructus

48

What is the nominative singular form of the Latin word that means "servitude, slavery"?

servitus

49

What is the masculine ablative plural ending of the fourth declension?

ibus

50

What is the genitive singular form of the Latin word that means "hand, band; handwriting"?

manus (long u)

51

What is the neuter nominative singular ending of the fourth declension?

u

52

What is the gender of the Latin word that means "line of verse"?

masculine

53

What is the masculine/feminine nominative singular form of the Latin adjective that means "heavy, weighty, serious, important, severe, grievous"?

gravis

54

True/False: After verbs meaning "to free," "to lack," and "to deprive," the Ablative of Separation is used without a preposition.

TRUE

55

What is the masculine/feminine nominative singular form of the Latin adjective that means "common, general"?

communis

56

The object of the verb careo, carere will be what case?

ablative

57

What is the gender of the Latin word that means "Greece"?

feminine

58

What is the neuter ablative plural ending of the fourth declension?

ibus

59

What is the masculine nominative singular ending of the fourth declension?

us

60

True/False: The neuter nominative plural ending of the fourth declension is -us with a long mark.

FALSE

61

What is the gender of the Latin word that means "hand, band; handwriting"?

feminine

62

What is the neuter ablative singular ending of the fourth declension?

u

63

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

senatus (long u)