Practise Translation: The Tiger Queen

In this lesson, we will practise the nominative and accusative even more by translating a fable about a hungry royal tiger and a clever monkey.

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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.Match the definition of nominative and accusative.
Nominative
Accusative

1/9

Q2.Match the word order of sentences to the language.
English
Latin

2/9

Q3.In Latin, what letter do singular accusatives end in?

3/9

Q4.What does 'camelus aquam portat' mean?

4/9

Q5.Match the following words to their correct definitions.
ad
in

5/9

Q6.What kind of words are 'ad' and 'in'?

6/9

Q7.What does 'camelus ad aquam ambulat' mean?

7/9

Q8.What does 'camelus cibum ad aquam portat' mean?

8/9

Q9.(Optional) What is the moral of the fable of the camel and the river?

9/9

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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.Match the definition of nominative and accusative.
Nominative
Accusative

1/9

Q2.Match the word order of sentences to the language.
English
Latin

2/9

Q3.In Latin, what letter do singular accusatives end in?

3/9

Q4.What does 'camelus aquam portat' mean?

4/9

Q5.Match the following words to their correct definitions.
ad
in

5/9

Q6.What kind of words are 'ad' and 'in'?

6/9

Q7.What does 'camelus ad aquam ambulat' mean?

7/9

Q8.What does 'camelus cibum ad aquam portat' mean?

8/9

Q9.(Optional) What is the moral of the fable of the camel and the river?

9/9

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Quiz:

The Tiger Queen:

Answer the questions below.

Q1.The nominative is the...?

1/9

Q2.The accusative is the...?

2/9

Q3.Sentences in English go?

3/9

Q4.Sentences in Latin go?

4/9

Q5.In Latin, what letter do singular accusatives end in?

5/9

Q6.What does 'tigris simium laudat' mean?

6/9

Q7.What does 'simius tigrem non consumit' mean?

7/9

Q8.Why does the adjective 'laetus' end in an -a in the sentences 'tigris est laeta'?

8/9

Q9.(Optional) What is the moral of the fable of the tiger queen?

9/9

This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Quiz:

The Tiger Queen:

Answer the questions below.

Q1.The nominative is the...?

1/9

Q2.The accusative is the...?

2/9

Q3.Sentences in English go?

3/9

Q4.Sentences in Latin go?

4/9

Q5.In Latin, what letter do singular accusatives end in?

5/9

Q6.What does 'tigris simium laudat' mean?

6/9

Q7.What does 'simius tigrem non consumit' mean?

7/9

Q8.Why does the adjective 'laetus' end in an -a in the sentences 'tigris est laeta'?

8/9

Q9.(Optional) What is the moral of the fable of the tiger queen?

9/9

Lesson summary: Practise Translation: The Tiger Queen

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This was the final lesson in the unit Nominative and Accusative.

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