Adverbs

In this lesson, we will look at adverbs in Latin.

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Q1.Match these English adjectives to their category.

happy

happier

happiest

more happy

very happy

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Q2.Split these Latin adjectives into positive, comparative and superlative.

fortior

fortis

iratissimus

crudelissimus

ingentior

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Q3.i) Give the SUPERLATIVE form of crudelis. ii) Give the English translation of the superlative form.

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Q4.i) Give the COMPARATIVE form of callidus. ii) Give the English translation of the comparative form.

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Q5.(Optional) At the end of the story, in what TWO ways did Ulysses trick Polyphemus?

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Q1.Match these English adjectives to their category.

happy

happier

happiest

more happy

very happy

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Q2.Split these Latin adjectives into positive, comparative and superlative.

fortior

fortis

iratissimus

crudelissimus

ingentior

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Q3.i) Give the SUPERLATIVE form of crudelis. ii) Give the English translation of the superlative form.

Select two (2) boxes

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Q4.i) Give the COMPARATIVE form of callidus. ii) Give the English translation of the comparative form.

Select two (2) boxes

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Q5.(Optional) At the end of the story, in what TWO ways did Ulysses trick Polyphemus?

Select two (2) boxes

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Adverbs:

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Q1.What is the definition of an adverb?

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Q2.Which THREE of these are adverbs in English.

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Q3.Which TWO endings can adverbs have in Latin?

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Q4.Which THREE of these Latin words are adverbs?

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Q5.Which THREE of these Latin words are comparative adjectives?

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Q6.Translate: navis celer navigat.

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Q7.Translate: gladiator fortiter pugnat.

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Q8.What is the difference between 'pater laetissime consumit' and 'pater laete consumit.'

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Adverbs:

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Q1.What is the definition of an adverb?

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Q2.Which THREE of these are adverbs in English.

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Q3.Which TWO endings can adverbs have in Latin?

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Q4.Which THREE of these Latin words are adverbs?

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Q5.Which THREE of these Latin words are comparative adjectives?

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Q6.Translate: navis celer navigat.

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Q7.Translate: gladiator fortiter pugnat.

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Q8.What is the difference between 'pater laetissime consumit' and 'pater laete consumit.'

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Lesson summary: Adverbs

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