48. The accusative-with-infinitive
construction in indirect
statements is found after verbs of saying, telling, knowing,
thinking, and perceiving. Sec. 419.
49. A present indicative of a direct statement becomes present infinitive of the indirect, a past indicative becomes perfect infinitive, and a future indicative becomes future infinitive. Sec. 418.
50. In an indirect question
the verb is in the subjunctive and its
tense is determined by the law for tense sequence. Sec. 432.
[Footnote 1: It is suggested
that each of these reviews be assigned
for a written test.]
In this Review section, the lists of English words for translation may
not be in the same order as in the original.]
502. Give the English of the following words:
NOUNS agricola gallina\ ancilla iniuria aqua\ insula\ casa\ luna\ causa\ nauta\ cena pecunia\ corona\ puella dea\ pugna\ domina sagitta\ fabula silva\ fera\ terra\ filia\ tuba\ fortuna\ via\ fuga\ victoria\
ADJECTIVES alta\ magna\ bona\ mala\ clara\ nova\ grata\ parva\ lata\ pulchra\ longa\ sola\
VERBS amat necat\ dat\ nuntiat\ est\ parat\ habitat portat\ laborat\ pugnat\ laudat\ sunt\ narrat vocat\
PREPOSITIONS a:\ or ab\ ad\ cum\ de\ e:\ or ex\ in\
PRONOUNS mea\ tua\ quis\ cuius\ cui\ quem\ quid\
ADVERBS cur\ deinde\ non\ ubi\
[Footnote 1: Proper nouns
and proper adjectives are not repeated in
the reviews. Words used in Cassar’s “Gallic War” are in heavy type.]
503. Give the Latin of the following words:
Underline the words you do not remember. Do not look up a single word till you have gone through the entire list. Then drill on the words you have underlined.