Practise Translation: Ulysses and the Great Bow

In this lesson, we will practise demonstrative pronouns by translating the final part of Ulysses' return to Ithaca. Ulysses finally gets his revenge on the suitors. This lesson includes violence towards women. 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.Which FOUR of these English words are demonstrative pronouns?

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Q2.In English, the plural of 'this' is?

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Q3.In English, the plural of 'that' is?

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Q4.Match these pronouns to their definition.
ille
hanc
hae
illo

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Q5.Match these pronouns to their number.
ille
hanc
hae
illo

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Q6.What else can 'ill-' mean?

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Q7.What does the following Latin sentence mean: haec cena est melior quam illa?

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Q8.What does the following Latin sentence mean: inveni eos! illi meam pecuniam rapuerunt?

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Q9.What does the following Latin sentence mean: haec vestimenta sunt optima quam illa vidit?

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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!

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Q1.Which FOUR of these English words are demonstrative pronouns?

Select four (4) boxes

1/9

Q2.In English, the plural of 'this' is?

2/9

Q3.In English, the plural of 'that' is?

3/9

Q4.Match these pronouns to their definition.
ille
hanc
hae
illo

4/9

Q5.Match these pronouns to their number.
ille
hanc
hae
illo

5/9

Q6.What else can 'ill-' mean?

6/9

Q7.What does the following Latin sentence mean: haec cena est melior quam illa?

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Q8.What does the following Latin sentence mean: inveni eos! illi meam pecuniam rapuerunt?

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Q9.What does the following Latin sentence mean: haec vestimenta sunt optima quam illa vidit?

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Ulysses and the Great Bow:

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Q1.Which THREE of these English words are NOT demonstrative pronouns?

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Q2.Match these pronouns to their definition.
hic
ille
illi
hos

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Q3.Match these pronouns to their number.
hic
ille
illi
hos

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Q4.What does the following mean: post illa verba?

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Q5.What does the following mean: illi ad hanc villam venerunt?

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Q6.What does the following mean: noli necare hos viros?

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Q7.What does the following mean: illa femina est Penelopea?

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Q8.(Optional) Which of Ulysses' actions does Homer treat positively and which negatively?
Uses cleverness and irony to cover his identity
Threatens Eurycleia aggressively when she recognises him
Spares Phemius and Medon
Tells Eurycleia not to celebrate the death of the suitors
Executes the maids

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Ulysses and the Great Bow:

Answer the questions below.

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Q1.Which THREE of these English words are NOT demonstrative pronouns?

Select three (3) boxes

1/8

Q2.Match these pronouns to their definition.
hic
ille
illi
hos

2/8

Q3.Match these pronouns to their number.
hic
ille
illi
hos

3/8

Q4.What does the following mean: post illa verba?

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Q5.What does the following mean: illi ad hanc villam venerunt?

5/8

Q6.What does the following mean: noli necare hos viros?

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Q7.What does the following mean: illa femina est Penelopea?

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Q8.(Optional) Which of Ulysses' actions does Homer treat positively and which negatively?
Uses cleverness and irony to cover his identity
Threatens Eurycleia aggressively when she recognises him
Spares Phemius and Medon
Tells Eurycleia not to celebrate the death of the suitors
Executes the maids

8/8

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