Latin I - Trimester I - Final Exam Part I. Grammar Directions: drag and drop the part of speech to the matching set of words.
Part IIa Vocabulary - matching column Directions: match each vocabulary word with the correct image. 1. nomen A. 2. domus B. 3. lupus C. 4. rex D. 5. panis E. 6. cibum F.
Part IIb Vocabulary - fill in the blank Directions: fill in the blank with the correct item from the word bank to complete the translation. English What is your name? 1. Latin Quid est ________ nomen? A. mihi B. tibi C. ego English How are you? I’m doing great! 2. Latin Quid agis? Ago ______! A. optime B. pessime C. male English I fear the Roman soldier. 3. Latin Miles Romanus _______. A. ago B. amo C. timeo English I eat meat, you eat fish. 4. Latin edo _____, edis ______. A. panem, vinum B. carnem, piscem C. Ientaculum, prandium
Part III. Derivatives Directions: fill in the blank with the correct item from the word bank to complete the translation. 1. Because the Romans built such a great aqueduct system so many years ago, the fountains still have fresh drinking water today. a. Government c. Postal system b. Water-carrying system d. Roads 2. Emperor Commodus was so egotistical that he had many statues made of him as a god. a. Obsessed with one’s self c. Rich b. Spiritual and Religious d. Lonely 3. In college, some women might choose to join a sorority. a. gym c. religious organization b. sisterhood d. academic competition 4. Oliver Cromwell was a leader in England during the interregnum. a. period between kings c. 17th century b. famine d. Revolutionary time 5. Cassius had a lupine grin that made Brutus wary of him. a. shark-like c. wolf-like b. evil d. waselly 6. The stranger, though quiet, had an amiable way about him.. c. energetic c. untrustworthy d. evil d. likeable
Part IVa Culture - true or false 1. Roman fathers had the right of life and death over their children. a. true b. false 2. Husbands and wives were equal in a Roman household. a. true b. false 3. For the most part, only boys received a formal education in ancient Rome. a. true b. false 4. Roman legionaries consisted of slave labor. a. true b. false 5. Trumpets were used in battle to entertain the troops. a. true b. false 6. Roman soldiers would carry a gladius, pilum and scutum as part of their arma. a. true b. false
Part IVb Culture - extended response Directions: Choose one (1) of the following questions to answer for the extended response portion of your exam. All answers must be a minimum of four (4) sentences in length, answer the question fully with accurate information and supportive evidence and must be entirely in your own words. 1. Myths often explain natural phenomena, like lightning or animal behavior- things that the Romans had trouble understanding. What natural phenomenon does the myth of Ceres and Proserpina explain? Why do you think a story explaining this phenomenon is so important to an ancient society? (4-5 sentences minimum) 2. In Roman times, men often had more control in their choice of whom to marry and in household rules. How does the story of Ceres and Proserpina reflect a different set of values around gender from our own society? Using the story and your knowledge of Roman families, compare and contrast gender roles in ancient Rome and the United States today. (4-5 sentences minimum) Answer Space
Part V. Listening Directions: Listen to the recording and then choose the answer that best describes what is happening in the clip. 1. A. Greeting C. Asking how a person is B. Saying Goodbye D. Dinner table talk 2. C. Greeting C. Asking how a person is D. Saying Goodbye D. Dinner table talk 3. E. Greeting C. Asking how a person is F. Saying Goodbye D. Dinner table talk 4. G. Greeting C. Asking how a person is H. Saying Goodbye D. Dinner table talk Part VI. Speaking Directions: Using the record option below, (1) say hello, (2) say what your name is, (3) ask me how I am doing, in Latin.