Practise Translation: Dido and Aeneas Meet

In this lesson, we will practise 1st and 2nd person pronouns by translating the first of three stories about the doomed relationship between the Trojan hero Aeneas and Dido, queen of Carthage.

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.Which TWO of these English words are NOT 1st and 2nd person pronouns?

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1/7

Q2.What is the English translation of 'ego'?

2/7

Q3.What is the English translation of 'vos'.

3/7

Q4.What is the English translation of 'nobiscum'?

4/7

Q5.What does the following Latin sentence mean: tuam cenam consumo?

5/7

Q6.What does the following Latin sentence mean: vos non timeo?

6/7

Q7.What is the English translation of 'nos salutatis'?

7/7

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Quiz:

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!

Q1.Which TWO of these English words are NOT 1st and 2nd person pronouns?

Select two (2) boxes

1/7

Q2.What is the English translation of 'ego'?

2/7

Q3.What is the English translation of 'vos'.

3/7

Q4.What is the English translation of 'nobiscum'?

4/7

Q5.What does the following Latin sentence mean: tuam cenam consumo?

5/7

Q6.What does the following Latin sentence mean: vos non timeo?

6/7

Q7.What is the English translation of 'nos salutatis'?

7/7

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Quiz:

Dido and Aeneas Meet:

Answer the questions below.

Q1.Which THREE of the following are 1st/2nd person pronouns?

1/11

Q2.Which TWO of the following are possessive adjectives?

2/11

Q3.What is the English translation of the following Latin pronoun: tu?

3/11

Q4.What is the English translation of the following Latin pronoun: vos?

4/11

Q5.What is the English translation of the following Latin pronoun: nobiscum?

5/11

Q6.What is the English translation of the following Latin possessive adjective: noster?

6/11

Q7.What is the English translation of the following Latin possessive adjective: tuus?

7/11

Q8.What is the English translation of the following Latin possessive adjective: vester?

8/11

Q9.What does the following Latin sentence mean: tu urbem vides?

9/11

Q10.What does the following Latin sentence mean: vestrum amicum servo?

10/11

Q11.What does the following Latin sentence mean: consumite nobiscum?

11/11

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Quiz:

Dido and Aeneas Meet:

Answer the questions below.

Q1.Which THREE of the following are 1st/2nd person pronouns?

1/11

Q2.Which TWO of the following are possessive adjectives?

2/11

Q3.What is the English translation of the following Latin pronoun: tu?

3/11

Q4.What is the English translation of the following Latin pronoun: vos?

4/11

Q5.What is the English translation of the following Latin pronoun: nobiscum?

5/11

Q6.What is the English translation of the following Latin possessive adjective: noster?

6/11

Q7.What is the English translation of the following Latin possessive adjective: tuus?

7/11

Q8.What is the English translation of the following Latin possessive adjective: vester?

8/11

Q9.What does the following Latin sentence mean: tu urbem vides?

9/11

Q10.What does the following Latin sentence mean: vestrum amicum servo?

10/11

Q11.What does the following Latin sentence mean: consumite nobiscum?

11/11

Lesson summary: Practise Translation: Dido and Aeneas Meet

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