Practise Translation: Ulysses, Penelope and Eurycleia

In this lesson, we will practise 3rd person pronouns by translating the next part of Ulysses' return to Ithaca. Our hero's disguise is nearly broken for a second time.

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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 3rd person pronouns?

Select two (2) boxes

1/7

Q2.Match these Latin pronouns to their English translation.
ille
illa
illud

2/7

Q3.Match these Latin pronouns to their English translation.
eum
eam
id

3/7

Q4.Match these Latin words to their English translation.
illi, illae, illa
eos, eas, ea, eis

4/7

Q5.What does the following Latin sentence mean: ego eam saluto?

5/7

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

6/7

Q7.Match these Latin sentences to their correct English translation.
illae salutant.
eos salutant.
id salutant.

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 3rd person pronouns?

Select two (2) boxes

1/7

Q2.Match these Latin pronouns to their English translation.
ille
illa
illud

2/7

Q3.Match these Latin pronouns to their English translation.
eum
eam
id

3/7

Q4.Match these Latin words to their English translation.
illi, illae, illa
eos, eas, ea, eis

4/7

Q5.What does the following Latin sentence mean: ego eam saluto?

5/7

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

6/7

Q7.Match these Latin sentences to their correct English translation.
illae salutant.
eos salutant.
id salutant.

7/7

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Quiz:

Ulysses, Penelope and Eurycleia:

Answer the questions below.

Q1.Which TWO of these English words are 3rd person pronouns?

Select two (2) boxes

1/7

Q2.Match these Latin pronouns to their English translation.
illa
eam
eum

2/7

Q3.What does the following Latin sentence mean: illa eam curat?

3/7

Q4.What does the following Latin sentence mean: ille eum rogat?

4/7

Q5.What does the following Latin sentence mean: illa se rogat?

5/7

Q6.What is the correct translation of the SECOND of these two Latin sentences: femina pedem tenet. ille est gravis?

6/7

Q7.(Optional) In Penelope's dream, who else might her dead geese represent?

7/7

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Quiz:

Ulysses, Penelope and Eurycleia:

Answer the questions below.

Q1.Which TWO of these English words are 3rd person pronouns?

Select two (2) boxes

1/7

Q2.Match these Latin pronouns to their English translation.
illa
eam
eum

2/7

Q3.What does the following Latin sentence mean: illa eam curat?

3/7

Q4.What does the following Latin sentence mean: ille eum rogat?

4/7

Q5.What does the following Latin sentence mean: illa se rogat?

5/7

Q6.What is the correct translation of the SECOND of these two Latin sentences: femina pedem tenet. ille est gravis?

6/7

Q7.(Optional) In Penelope's dream, who else might her dead geese represent?

7/7

Lesson summary: Practise Translation: Ulysses, Penelope and Eurycleia

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