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1

What is the feminine nominative singular form of the adjective that means "pleasant, delightful, agreeable, pleasing"?

iucunda

2

What is the feminine nominative singular form of the indefinite pronoun that means "someone, somebody, something"?

aliquis

3

What is the masculine nominative singular form of the adjective that means "pleasant, delightful, agreeable, pleasing"?

iucundus

4

What is the second principal part of the verb that means "hear, listen to"?

audire

5

What is the first principal part of the verb that means "press, press hard"?

premo

6

What is the present active participle of duco (masculine nominative singular ending)?

ducens

7

What stem (present or participial) do you use to form the future passive participle?

present

8

What is the nominative singular form of the word that means "orator, speaker"?

orator

9

What is the fourth principal part of the verb that means "suppress, overwhelm, overpower, check"?

oppressum

10

What is the future passive participle of duco (masculine nominative singular ending)?

ducendus

11

What is the third principal part of the verb that means "exhibit, show, display"?

ostendi

12

What is the masculine nominative singular form of the indefinite pronoun that means "someone, somebody, something"?

aliquis

13

What is the nominative singular form of the word that means "gift, present"?

donum

14

What is the fourth principal part of the verb that means "press, press hard"?

pressum

15

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

liber

16

True/False: The present active participle has third-declension endings.

TRUE

17

What is the second principal part of the verb that means "press, press hard"?

premere

18

What is the nominative singular form of the word that means "sign, signal, indication, seal"?

signum

19

What stem (present or participial) do you use to form the future active participle?

participial

20

What is the genitive singular form of the word that means "orator, speaker"?

oratoris

21

What is the fourth principal part of the verb that means "seek, aim at, beg, beseech"?

petitum

22

What is the third principal part of the verb that means "suppress, overwhelm, overpower, check"?

oppressi

23

What is the second principal part of the verb that means "turn, change"?

vertere

24

What is the fourth principal part of the verb that means "hear, listen to"?

auditum

25

What is the second principal part of the verb that means "seek, aim at, beg, beseech"?

petere

26

True/False: The future active participle has third-declension endings.

FALSE

27

What is the future active participle of audio (masculine nominative singular ending)?

auditurus

28

What is the perfect passive participle of duco (masculine nominative singular ending)?

ductus

29

What is the second principal part of the verb that means "suppress, overwhelm, overpower, check"?

opprimere

30

What is the fourth principal part of the verb that means "turn away, avert"?

aversum

31

What is the first principal part of the verb that means "exhibit, show, display"?

ostendo

32

What is the fourth principal part of the verb that means "exhibit, show, display"?

ostentum

33

What is the fourth principal part of the verb that means "turn, change"?

versum

34

What is the future active participle of duco (masculine nominative singular ending)?

ducturus

35

True/False: The adjective liber has third-declension endings.

FALSE

36

What is the third principal part of the verb that means "press, press hard"?

pressi

37

What is the present active participle of audio (masculine nominative singular ending)?

audiens

38

What is the gender of the word that means "gift, present"?

neuter

39

What is the neuter nominative singular form of the adjective that means "pleasant, delightful, agreeable, pleasing"?

iucundum

40

What is the second principal part of the verb that means "exhibit, show, display"?

ostendere

41

What is the genitive singular form of the word that means "gift, present"?

doni

42

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

liberum

43

What is the perfect passive participle of audio (masculine nominative singular ending)?

auditus

44

What is the first principal part of the verb that means "hear, listen to"?

audio

45

What is the future passive participle of audio (masculine nominative singular ending)?

audiendus

46

What is the gender of the word that means "orator, speaker"?

masculine

47

What stem (present or participial) do you use to form the perfect passive participle?

participial

48

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

libera

49

What is the first principal part of the verb that means "desire, wish, long for"?

cupio

50

What is the gender of the word that means "sign, signal, indication, seal"?

neuter

51

What is the third principal part of the verb that means "hear, listen to"?

audivi

52

What is the third principal part of the verb that means "desire, wish, long for"?

cupivi

53

True/False: The future passive participle has third-declension endings.

FALSE

54

What is the second principal part of the verb that means "desire, wish, long for"?

cupere

55

What is the first principal part of the verb that means "turn, change"?

verto

56

What is the first principal part of the verb that means "turn away, avert"?

averto

57

What is the first principal part of the verb that means "suppress, overwhelm, overpower, check"?

opprimo

58

True/False: The adjective iucundus has third-declension endings.

FALSE

59

What is the fourth principal part of the verb that means "desire, wish, long for"?

cupitum

60

What is the Latin adverb that means "ever, at any time"?

umquam

61

What is the genitive singular form of the word that means "sign, signal, indication, seal"?

signi

62

What is the third principal part of the verb that means "turn, change"?

verti

63

What is the third principal part of the verb that means "seek, aim at, beg, beseech"?

petivi

64

What is the neuter nominative singular form of the indefinite pronoun that means "someone, somebody, something"?

aliquid

65

What is the second principal part of the verb that means "turn away, avert"?

avertere

66

True/False: The perfect passive participle has third-declension endings.

FALSE

67

What stem (present or participial) do you use to form the present active participle?

present

68

What is the first principal part of the verb that means "seek, aim at, beg, beseech"?

peto

69

True/False: Premo becomes primo in compounds.

TRUE

70

What is the third principal part of the verb that means "turn away, avert"?

averti