Adjectives: 1st/2nd and 3rd declension

In this lesson, we will look at the different forms of adjectives in Latin and how to translate them.

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Q1.What ONE thing can an adverb NOT describe?

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Q2.Which TWO endings can adverbs have in Latin?

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Q3.Match these English words to their category.
happily
happiest
happier
frequently
very interesting

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Q4.Split these Latin adjectives into comparative adjective, superlative adjective and adverb.
ferocior
ferociter
triste
celerrimus
celerius

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Q5.i) Give the ADVERB form of fortis. ii) Give the English translation of the new form.

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Q6.i) Give the SUPERLATIVE ADVERB form of laetus. ii) Give the English translation of the new form.

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Q7.(Optional) How would you describe Ulysses' FINAL words to Polyphemus?

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.What ONE thing can an adverb NOT describe?

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Q2.Which TWO endings can adverbs have in Latin?

Select two (2) boxes

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Q3.Match these English words to their category.
happily
happiest
happier
frequently
very interesting

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Q4.Split these Latin adjectives into comparative adjective, superlative adjective and adverb.
ferocior
ferociter
triste
celerrimus
celerius

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Q5.i) Give the ADVERB form of fortis. ii) Give the English translation of the new form.

Select two (2) boxes

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Q6.i) Give the SUPERLATIVE ADVERB form of laetus. ii) Give the English translation of the new form.

Select two (2) boxes

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Q7.(Optional) How would you describe Ulysses' FINAL words to Polyphemus?

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