Practise Translation: The Emperor and the Eels

In this lesson, we will practise prepositional phrases by translating a story about the Roman emperor Augustus at a dinner party. This lesson includes instances of cruelty. If this is a sensitive topic to you, we recommend checking with a trusted adult before starting or doing the lesson with a trusted adult nearby.

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Q1.Match the Latin prepositional phrase to the rule.
preposition + accusative
preposition + ablative

1/8

Q2.Match the form of 'in' to its translation.
in + accusative
in + ablative

2/8

Q3.Which THREE of the following nouns are singular accusative?

Select three (3) boxes

3/8

Q4.Which THREE of the following nouns are singular ablative?

Select three (3) boxes

4/8

Q5.What does 'in horto' mean?

5/8

Q6.Match the phrase to its definition.
in terram
in terra

6/8

Q7.Which TWO of the following nouns are plural ablative?

Select two (2) boxes

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Q8.What is the Latin for 'in the cities'?

8/8

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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

Question 1

Question 1

Question 1

Question 2

Question 2

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Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Question 8

Q1.Match the Latin prepositional phrase to the rule.
preposition + accusative
preposition + ablative

1/8

Q2.Match the form of 'in' to its translation.
in + accusative
in + ablative

2/8

Q3.Which THREE of the following nouns are singular accusative?

Select three (3) boxes

3/8

Q4.Which THREE of the following nouns are singular ablative?

Select three (3) boxes

4/8

Q5.What does 'in horto' mean?

5/8

Q6.Match the phrase to its definition.
in terram
in terra

6/8

Q7.Which TWO of the following nouns are plural ablative?

Select two (2) boxes

7/8

Q8.What is the Latin for 'in the cities'?

8/8

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Practice Translation: The Emperor and the Eels:

Answer the questions below.

Question 1

Question 2

Question 2

Question 2

Question 2

Question 3

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Question 8

Q1.Match the Latin prepositional phrase to the rule.
preposition + accusative
preposition + ablative

1/8

Q2.Match the form of 'in' to its translation.
in + accusative
in + ablative

2/8

Q3.What does 'in aquam' mean?

3/8

Q4.What does 'in horto' mean?

4/8

Q5.Which of these phrases means 'from the emperor'?

5/8

Q6.What is the best translation for 'in terra'?

6/8

Q7.What does 'cecidit' mean?

7/8

Q8.Why did Augustus break the second crystal cup?

8/8

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Practice Translation: The Emperor and the Eels:

Answer the questions below.

Question 1

Question 2

Question 2

Question 2

Question 2

Question 3

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Question 8

Q1.Match the Latin prepositional phrase to the rule.
preposition + accusative
preposition + ablative

1/8

Q2.Match the form of 'in' to its translation.
in + accusative
in + ablative

2/8

Q3.What does 'in aquam' mean?

3/8

Q4.What does 'in horto' mean?

4/8

Q5.Which of these phrases means 'from the emperor'?

5/8

Q6.What is the best translation for 'in terra'?

6/8

Q7.What does 'cecidit' mean?

7/8

Q8.Why did Augustus break the second crystal cup?

8/8

Lesson summary: Practise Translation: The Emperor and the Eels

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