Third Form - Today we reviewed pronouns - they are very confusing in any language - there are 8 different kinds, overlapping forms, they can function as both pronouns and adjectives, they have antecedents, and there are two different agreement rules! Then we moved to the next chapter and learned the 3rd person pronouns - is, ea, id - as well as the 3rd person possessive adjective - suus, sua, suum.
Remember there is no class next week due to the MLK holiday - we resume on January 23.
Homework for Second Form:
- Re read pages 38-41
- review, review, review the vocabulary listed in chapter 12 (70 verbs, adverbs from last year, and the Latin sayings!).
- workbook pages for chapter 12 - pages 72-76
- upcoming presentations: Maya - Jan 23 - Cleopatra; Grace - Feb 6 - Role of women in ancient Rome; Connor - Mar 20 - Vergil
Homework for Third Form:
- Re read pages 46-51
- Notecards and derivatives for vocabulary in lessons 14 and 15
- workbook pages 105-117
- Upcoming presentations: Caleb - Feb 13 - Pax Romana; Benjamin - Feb 20 - student's choice (please let me know your topic asap); Carson - Mar 6 - Horace; Grant - Mar 13 - Cattulus