[LATI 2010] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (15 pages long!)

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LATI 2010
MIDTERM EXAM
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Hannibali victori = To Hannibal the victor
Dative; Refers to his army praising and thanking Hannibal to rest
Circumfusi = Having surrounded
Deponent; Perfect passive participle
Gratularentur = Were thanking
Present active participle
Suaderentque = Persuading
Often paired with a “per” in front
Perfunctus = Enjoying
Referring to the enjoyment of the victory at Cannae
Sumeret quietem = Take rest
Fessis militibus = Tired soldier
Praefectus equitum =Having been prefect of the cavalry
Ratus = Having thought
Cessandum esse = Must [not] be slacking
Minime = Not
Immo = Nay
Emphatic way of saying no
Hac pugna = By means of this fight
Ablative of means
Scias = You know
Actum sit = Has been done
Perfect passive subjunctive
Epulaberis = You will dine
Future
Sequere = Follow
Infinitive command
Deponent, but the infinitive is guessed at
Praecedam = I will procede
Sciant = They will know
Subjunctive, present, active
Venturum = You will come
Future active participle
Voluntatem = The will
Dedere → Dederunt = They gave
Dedere is the alternative form
Often used by Latin poets
Nimirum = No doubt
Supposedly
Eidem = To the same person
Dative
Is, ea, id tacked on to “dem”; declinable
Vincere scis = You know how to win
Being told to Hannibal
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Victoria uti = To use victory
Uti always takes the dative
Creditur = Is believed
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