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1

True/False: Ablative of Means requires a preposition.

FALSE

2

True/False: Nouns of the fifth declension are generally masculine.

FALSE

3

What is the gender of the Latin word that means "measure, bound, limit; manner, method, mode"?

masculine

4

Give the dative singular ending of the fifth declension.

ei

5

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

TRUE

6

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

spes

7

Give the accusative singular ending of the fifth declension.

em

8

What is the first principal part of the verb that means "raise, lift up; take away, remove, destroy"?

tollo

9

What is the genitive singular form of the Latin word that means "faith, trust, trustworthiness, fidelity"?

fidei

10

True/False: Ablative of Accompaniment requires a preposition.

TRUE

11

True/False: Ablative of Point in Time requires a preposition.

FALSE

12

Give the nominative singular ending of the fifth declension.

es

13

What is the masculine nominative singular form of the Latin adjective that means "uncertain, doubtful"?

incertus

14

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

masculine

15

Give the ablative plural ending of the fifth declension.

ebus

16

What is the second principal part of the verb that means "snatch away, take away; rescue"?

eripere

17

What is the nominative singular form of the Latin word that means "faith, trust, trustworthiness, fidelity"?

fides

18

What is the nominative singular form of the Latin word that means "measure, bound, limit; manner, method, mode"?

modus

19

True/False: When the noun in an Ablative of Manner construction is modified by an adjective, cum is still required.

FALSE

20

Give the ablative singular ending of the fifth declension.

e

21

What is the feminine nominative singular form of the Latin adjective that means "uncertain, doubtful"?

incerta

22

What is the gender of the Latin word that means "thing, matter, business, affair"?

feminine

23

Give the accusative plural ending of the fifth declension.

es

24

What is the fourth principal part of the verb that means "raise, lift up; take away, remove, destroy"?

sublatum

25

Give the dative plural ending of the fifth declension.

ebus

26

What is the masculine nominative singular form of the Latin adjective that means "middle"?

medius

27

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

dies

28

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

feminine

29

What is the genitive singular form of the Latin word that means "measure, bound, limit; manner, method, mode"?

modi

30

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

spei

31

Give the nominative plural ending of the fifth declension.

es

32

What is the third principal part of the verb that means "nourish, support, sustain, increase, cherish"?

alui

33

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

ignis

34

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

ignis

35

What is the third principal part of the verb that means "snatch away, take away; rescue"?

eripui

36

True/False: Ablative of Separation will normally be used with a verb that expresses ideas of freeing, lacking, or depriving.

TRUE

37

True/False: Ablative of Place Where does not require a preposition.

FALSE

38

True/False: Ablative of Personal Agent requires the preposition de.

FALSE

39

What is the gender of the Latin word that means "faith, trust, trustworthiness, fidelity"?

feminine

40

What is the genitive singular form of the Latin phrase that means "state, commonwealth, republic"?

rei publicae

41

What is the second principal part of the verb that means "nourish, support, sustain, increase, cherish"?

alere

42

What is the nominative singular form of the Latin word that means "thing, matter, business, affair"?

res

43

What is the nominative singular form of the Latin phrase that means "state, commonwealth, republic"?

res publica

44

What is the Latin adverb that means "formerly, once"?

quondam

45

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

diei

46

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

masculine

47

What is the fourth principal part of the verb that means "nourish, support, sustain, increase, cherish"?

altum

48

What is the only form of the defective verb that means "he says; he said"?

inquit

49

What is the neuter nominative singular form of the Latin adjective that means "middle"?

medium

50

What is the genitive singular form of the Latin word that means "thing, matter, business, affair"?

rei

51

Give the genitive singular ending of the fifth declension.

ei

52

What is the first principal part of the verb that means "nourish, support, sustain, increase, cherish"?

alo

53

What is the first principal part of the verb that means "snatch away, take away; rescue"?

eripio

54

What is the feminine nominative singular form of the Latin adjective that means "middle"?

media

55

Give the genitive plural ending of the fifth declension.

erum

56

What is the fourth principal part of the verb that means "snatch away, take away; rescue"?

ereptum

57

What is the neuter nominative singular form of the Latin adjective that means "uncertain, doubtful"?

incertum

58

What is the third principal part of the verb that means "raise, lift up; take away, remove, destroy"?

sustuli

59

What is the second principal part of the verb that means "raise, lift up; take away, remove, destroy"?

tollere