Practise Translation: Aeneas' pietas

In this lesson, we will practise relative clauses by translating the second part of Dido and Aeneas' story. Despite his love for Dido, Aeneas is reminded of his pietas (religious duty) to found Rome in Italy.

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Q1.Match the grammatical term to the correct part of this sentence: 'I found the man, who took my dog.'
who
man
who took my dog

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Q2.Which THREE of these words are Latin relative pronouns?

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Q3.What TWO things can quod mean?

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Q4.What does the following sentence mean: rex, qui sedet, cives salutat?

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Q5.What does the following sentence mean: rex cives, qui sunt laeti, salutat?

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Q6.What does the following sentence mean: rex, quod fessus est, dormit?

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Question 1

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Question 6

Q1.Match the grammatical term to the correct part of this sentence: 'I found the man, who took my dog.'
who
man
who took my dog

1/6

Q2.Which THREE of these words are Latin relative pronouns?

Select three (3) boxes

2/6

Q3.What TWO things can quod mean?

Select two (2) boxes

3/6

Q4.What does the following sentence mean: rex, qui sedet, cives salutat?

4/6

Q5.What does the following sentence mean: rex cives, qui sunt laeti, salutat?

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Q6.What does the following sentence mean: rex, quod fessus est, dormit?

6/6

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Aeneas' pietas:

Answer the questions below.

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Q1.Match the grammatical term to the correct part of this sentence: 'Dido, who was queen of Carthage, rescued Aeneas.'
who
who was queen of Carthage
Dido

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Q2.What TWO things can qui/quae mean?

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Q3.What TWO things can quod mean?

Select two (2) boxes

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Q4.What does the following sentence mean: deus, qui nuntium misit, erat iratus?

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Q5.What does the following sentence mean: ego urbem, quae est tua, dedi?

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Q6.What does the following sentence mean: uxor periculum timebat, quod maritus discedebat?

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Q7.(Optional) What does pietas mean?

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Aeneas' pietas:

Answer the questions below.

Question 1

Question 2

Question 2

Question 3

Question 3

Question 4

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Q1.Match the grammatical term to the correct part of this sentence: 'Dido, who was queen of Carthage, rescued Aeneas.'
who
who was queen of Carthage
Dido

1/7

Q2.What TWO things can qui/quae mean?

Select two (2) boxes

2/7

Q3.What TWO things can quod mean?

Select two (2) boxes

3/7

Q4.What does the following sentence mean: deus, qui nuntium misit, erat iratus?

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Q5.What does the following sentence mean: ego urbem, quae est tua, dedi?

5/7

Q6.What does the following sentence mean: uxor periculum timebat, quod maritus discedebat?

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Q7.(Optional) What does pietas mean?

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