2010 ACL NJCL NATIONAL LATIN EXAM INTRODUCTION TO LATIN

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25 Duo am c ambul re in silv amant A used to love B love C to love D loved. 26 Hodi M rcus v llam I l v sitat A Now B Always C Today D Once. 27 C r t in v ll tu man s M rcus rogat A Why B When C Who D How many. 28 M rcus n ntiat Ego ad r vum ambul A You B We C They D I. 29 Man sne quod am c s tu s exspect s A Are you staying B Stay C To stay D Were you staying. 30 I lius M rc respondet Minim t cum ambul A by Marcus B of Marcus C Marcus D to Marcus. READ THE REST OF THE STORY AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS. A PROBLEM BETWEEN FRIENDS,Duo am c ad r vum ambulant M rcus pec niam 1. in medi vi videt et cl mat Spect pec niam in vi 2, I lius ad pec niam fest nat Pec niam in man tenet 3 man hand. et cl mat Pec nia est mea 4, Sed ego pr mus pec niam vid bam M rcus respondet 5. Mox am c pugnant Nauta venit Am c s videt et cl mat 6 Mox Soon pugnant fight. N l te pugn re Necesse est v b s cert re 7 N l te Don t cert re to hold a contest. I lius d cit N s circum nsulam n vig re d b mus 8 d b mus we ought. Minim Ego nat re vol M rcus respondet 9 nat re vol I want to swim. Nauta d cit M rcus nat re d bet et I lius n vig re d bet 10. Ita v r am c cl mant 11, Nauta signum dat et am c ad aquam fest nant Ventus est 12 Ventus The wind. bonus I lius celerius n vigat Sed mox ventus d sinit et 13 celerius faster d sinit stops. M rcus pr mus metam contingit 14 metam contingit touches the finish line. Nauta cl mat M rcus est victor et M rc pec niam dat 15. 31 In lines 1 2 Marcus shouts because he is A afraid B excited C sad D embarrassed. 32 What does Marcus tell Julius to do line 2 A run B hide C look D swim. 33 What does Julius hold in his hand line 3 A food B a letter C an oar D money. 34 In line 4 what does Julius decide to do with this item A share it B hide it C keep it D throw it away. 35 In line 5 what does Marcus claim about the item A he saw it first B he dropped it C it is bad luck. D it belongs to someone else, 36 In lines 6 7 what does the sailor do after he stops the fight A steals a boat B offers a solution.
C gets help D sails quickly away, 37 What kind of race does Julius propose line 8 A foot B chariot C boat D horse. 38 In line 11 Ita v r indicates the friends are A questioning B arguing C complaining D agreeing. 39 How does the race begin line 12 A The friends shout Go B The sailor gives a signal. C Marcus sounds a trumpet D Julius waves a flag, 40 In lines 12 14 why does Marcus win the race A the weather changes B he knows a short cut. C the boat hits a rock D the sailor helps Marcus,Copyright 2010. 2010 ACL NJCL NATIONAL LATIN EXAM LATIN I I EXAM B. CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER FROM A B C OR D MARK ANSWERS ON ANSWER SHEET. 1 Can s equ s in camp semper spect bant A will watch B did watch C are watching D were watching. 2 Corn lius cl m vit Curre ad casam celeriter A Run B I will run C You are running D To run. 3 C v s R m n c nsulem ad oppidum m tris m s runt A to his mother B of his mother C for his mother. D with his mother, 4 L ber in cum famili habit bant A urbs B urbis C urbem D urbe. 5 lim v num in cul n serv vimus A we keep B we kept C we were keeping D we will keep. 6 Ego in magn v ll habit ubi t habit s A we B they C you D I. 7 In magn mar n vigant A p r tae B p r t s C p r t s D p r t rum. 8 Her puellae m sicam pulchram A aud te B audit C audi bant D aud re. 9 I nuae v ll rum n n sunt A l t rum B l t s C l t s D l tae. 10 P nite vestr s tog s in cubicul A puer B puer C puer s D puer s. 11 Agricola per silvam ambulat A around the forest B behind the forest C near the forest. D through the forest, 12 Neque m les neque l g tus in castr s man bat A Either or B Both and C Neither nor.
D Not only but also, 13 Pr m l ce m lit s ad pr vinciam iter faci bant A At dusk B At noon C At dawn D At midnight. 14 C r puer in magn the tr n n tim tis A cant B cant re C cant bam D cantat. 15 Po tae R m n s f bul s d vir s cl r s n rr bant A to the Romans B by the Romans C of the Romans. D with the Romans, 16 Your teacher says Ven ad t bulam What are you being asked to do A Go to the board. B Study your vocabulary C Put your books on the floor D Go to your seat. 17 Gladi t r s in amphithe tr pugn bunt A used to fight B have fought C do fight D will fight. 18 What is an appropriate answer to the question Quis pec niam in m ns v dit A Quod d fessus erat. B F lius meus C Arbor est magna D In agr s, 19 Puella epistulam stil scr psit A for a pen B of a pen C with a pen D near a pen. 20 Which town is NOT located in Italy A Pompeii B Carthage C Brundisium D Ostia. 21 When Julia enters her home she admires the frescoes in the A trium tr cl nium perist lium. B prandium i nt culum c na C forum basilica c ria D bellum d num baculum. 22 Who disguised as an old woman visited Arachne and challenged her to a weaving contest. A Juno B Proserpina C Minerva D Diana, 23 An appropriate motto for a forestry service is A Dum spiro spero B Festina lente. C Ex libris D Conservate arbores, 24 Container retention and tenable are all derived from A ten re B tim re C terr re D tempt re.
25 The stories of Midas Daphne and Pha thon involved the god A Neptune B Apollo C Vulcan D Mercury. 26 Which Latin phrase would most likely appear on a sign in a health club A E pluribus unum B Montani. semper liberi C Mens sana in corpore sano D Ab ovo usque ad mala. Copyright 2010, 27 Which date is traditionally recognized as Rome s birthday A March 15 44 BC B April 21 753 BC. C January 1 1 AD D August 24 79 AD, 28 Which mountains would a traveler cross if he were going from Rome to Brundisium A Alps B Caucasus. C Atlas D Apennines, 29 Which one of the following was a famous Roman patriot who left his plow to save Rome A Horatius. B Romulus C Cincinnatus D Tarpeia, 30 Who fell in love with his own image while staring into a pool of water A Echo B Psyche. C Narcissus D Orpheus,READ THE PASSAGE AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS.
THE ROMANS FIND A WAY TO RID THEMSELVES OF A PLAGUE. Tr s ann s fuit pestilentia in urbe R m Itaque sacerd t s R m n 1 pestilentia plague sacerd t s priests. l g t s ad Graeciam m s runt L g t auxilium ab Aesculapi de 2 l g t s ambassadors. s n ti nis pet bant Vir R m n ad templum de v n runt Subit 3 s n ti nis of healing. R m n serpentem v d runt Serp ns templum relinqu bat et ad mare 4. lent s mov bat Serp ns in n vem R m nam ascendit Pr m nautae 5 s mov bat moved Pr m At first. n ve f g runt quod erant perterrit Mox redi runt quod s ns runt 6 s ns runt realized. serpentem esse deum Serp ns in medi n ve s c l bat Nautae cibum 7 s c l bat hid. et aquam serpent ded runt Tandem post sex di s nautae ad urbem 8. R mam adv n runt Serp ns d n ve d scendit et ad nsulam in fl mine 9. Tiber nat bat Propter adventum serpentis R m n erant laet quod 10 Propter adventum Because of the. pestilentia n n iam in urbe erat 11 arrival, 31 The best translation of fuit line 1 is A there was B there will be C there used to be D there is. 32 From lines 1 2 we learn that A priests were sent to Rome B ambassadors were sent to Greece. C Greeks were miserable D the plague had spread to Greece. 33 According to lines 2 3 Aesculapius was a A teacher B general C politician D god. 34 According to lines 3 4 the visitors A were slowly attacked by a resident B suddenly saw a snake. C quickly ran back to the ship D immediately pulled out their weapons. 35 The best translation of templum relinqu bat line 4 is A the temple remained B destroyed the temple. C the temple shook D left the temple, 36 According to lines 5 6 the sailors A sailed to Rome B hid in a temple C searched for the snake. D fled from the boat, 37 According to lines 6 7 why did the Romans return A They had killed the snake B They saw a larger snake. C They thought the snake was a god D The priest ordered them to return. 38 According to lines 7 8 the Romans A killed the snake B fed the snake C ate the snake D imprisoned. 39 From lines 8 9 we learn that the journey to Rome lasted A a month B a week C six days D three years. 40 In honor of the snake there still exists today on the island in the Tiber River a A hospital B prison. C library D fort,Copyright 2010, 2010 ACL NJCL NATIONAL LATIN EXAM LATIN II II EXAM C. CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER FROM A B C OR D MARK ANSWERS ON ANSWER SHEET. 1 Pr serpina cum Pl t ne t tum annum n n manet A for the whole year B in the whole year C of the whole year. D after a whole year, 2 M lit s viam m nient s d ligenter lab r bant A diligent B more diligent C diligently D most diligently.
3 Sacerd s ram in templ n b s d m nstr bit A our B by us C with us D to us. 4 Qu modo exercitus noster urbem ab ill s oppugnantibus d fendet A How B Why C When D Where. 5 Sen t r s ad C riam cr s convoc buntur A will be summoned B were summoning C will summon D are summoned. 6 Ille parvus servus fortior est vir s qu f g runt A by the men B than the men C with the men D to the men. 7 Puellae cum sor ribus ad f nitimum oppidum eunt A are going B will go C went D had gone. 8 L d R m n s in amphithe tr spect t sunt A from the Romans B by the Romans C to the Romans. D with the Romans, 9 Quibus dominus hoc neg tium dabit A Who B Whom C To whom D With whom. 10 Ubi urbs t ta vid b tur f minae ad eam redi runt A to it B to us C to him D to them. 11 Trib n d per cul s pl bem monuerant A were warning B have warned C had warned D shall have warned. 12 Dux c vibus in for haec d xit A those people B these things C that woman D to these men. 13 Fr trem meum fut rum esse bonum mar tum cr d A is B was C had been D will be. 14 Magister numer epistul rum puer s scr pt rum d lect tus est A write B written C about to write D to be written. 15 C nae coqu nostr pessimae sunt A very good B very large C very small D very bad. 16 M tr s virt tem f li rum laudant qu pr patri pugn bant Qu refers to A m tr s B virt tem. C f li rum D patri, 17 Cicer scit ad Forum ven re A am cus B am cum C am c D am c s. 18 Mosquitoes are among the most common aestival pests A summertime B disease bearing C fast multiplying D flying. 19 What hero in quest of the golden fleece sowed a field with dragon teeth from which sprang armed men whom he had to. defeat A Theseus B Jason D Daedalus D Perseus, 20 The Rubicon River separated A Spain from Gaul B North Africa from Egypt C Macedonia from Greece. D Italy from Gaul, 21 Which happened first according to Roman history and tradition A Rome defeated Carthage in the Punic Wars. B Octavian defeated Marc Antony at Actium C Julius Caesar marched on Rome D Horatius defended Rome from the. 22 Quirinal Viminal Palatine and Aventine are names of A sections of the Underworld B rivers in Greece. C hills in Rome D divisions of Italy, 23 Which Latin motto could well accompany an official warning A Ab ovo usque ad mala B Dum spiro spero.
C Amor omnia vincit D Verbum sapienti sat est, 24 What would someone most likely say to a friend whom he has not seen for a long time A Quaenam est tempest s. B Bene respondist C Mihi vid tur D Quid nov,Copyright 2010. 25 Who was Odysseus wife who waited twenty years for his return from the Trojan War A Circe B Penelope. C Medea D Eurydice, 26 The treasurer of the company is a member of the finance committee on the basis of his position A ex officio. B in absentia C sine die D pro tempore, 27 Where would Roman soldiers gather to exercise or train A Appian Way B Roman Forum C Campus Martius. D Capitoline Hill,READ THE PASSAGE AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS.
WHAT IS THE BEST PATH TO SUCCESS, The power of magic reveals the true character of a man. lim habit bat in L di r gis p stor G g s n mine Qu dam di ov s 1 Qu dam certain ov s sheep. c r ns corpus hominis magnit dine in sit t inv nit In digit huius hominis 2 in sit t unusual. fuit nulus aureus quem G g s extr xit et in su digit posuit Ubi gemmam 3 gemmam gem. huius nul ad suam palmam verterat G g s n ll vid b tur sed ipse omnia 4. vid re poterat Postquam gemmam palm in locum reverterat omn s eum 5. r rsus vid re poterant Itaque auxili huius nul r gem interf cit et removit 6 r rsus again. e s qu s obst re put bat N m eum in h s malefici s vid re potuit quod 7 obst re were standing in the way. gemmam ad palmam verterat S c statim p stor factus est r x L diae 8. Possumusne illum G gem sapientem i dic re Minim Vir sapi ns semper 9 sapientem wise. bonus vir est etiam s n m eum observ re potest Honesta n n occulta 10 etiam s even if occulta secret things. vir s sapientibus quaeruntur 11,Based on Cicero De Officiis III IX. 28 In line 1 we learn that Gyges was the king s A shepherd B teacher C weaver D general. 29 The best translation of c r ns line 2 is A to tend B having been tended C about to tend D tending. 30 What did Gyges find line 2 A sheep B a body C a box D armor. 31 What was unusual about what he found A the location B the size C the smell D the color. 32 What object did Gyges remove line 3 A a gleaming sword B a curved horn C a golden ring D a leather sandal. 33 What did Gyges do with this object line 3 A he put it on himself B he hid it C he showed it off. D he worshipped it, 34 In line 4 suam refers to A the king B Gyges C the sheep D the gem. 35 What advantage did this object give Gyges lines 3 4 A riches B strength C invisibility D wisdom. 36 In lines 6 7 rem vit put bat Gyges A blocked those trying to kill the king B interfered with his successors. C stood in the way of progress D eliminated those he thought were obstructing him. 37 What position in Lydia did Gyges acquire line 8 A king B richest man C wisest man D greatest general

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