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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1893-1894-825

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IFACULTY OF ARTS CUi How are prohibitions expressed in Latin Illustrate by S1S1 examples Distinguish between direct and indirect objects How lng are they respectively expressed in Latin Illustrate by Latin sentence raisl Translate Interrogabo civam nonne legibus pareat re Aliis equos aliis arma donemus ne viam hostibus monstrent the Tanta vitia tarn pulchra facie indigna sunt Puellae patris quam matris similiores erant Vallis humilior erat campo idul In what other form might the last sentence be expressed wil 10 Translate into Latin ן The girl washes the children with water The slave is delivered from violence by his master The king pardons his enemy The rich man used to walk in his garden by night The maiden wras praising her mother all day long Ι II -Ct'ct ire £ encrtute antf pro &vri ta Translate al Me vero et magistcria delectant majoribus instituta lanifi et is sermo qui more majorum summo adhibetur in poculis et pocula sicut in symposio Xenophontis est minuta atque rorantia et refrigeratio aestate et vicissim aut sol aut ignis isec hibernus Quae quidem etiam in Sabinis persequi soleo conviviumque vicinorum quotidie compleo quod ad multam im-4 noctem quam maxime possurnus vario sermone pro- mui ducimus Explain quam maxime Derive sermo an-l Jam omnis conglutinatio recens aegre inveterata facile ן divellitur Ita fit ut illud breve vitae reliquum nec avide ases appetendum senibus nec sine causa deserendum sit ei vetatque Pythagoras injussu imperatoris id est dei de praesidio et statione vitae decedere Solonis quidem sapientis
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