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CC/MV/ITH PRONOUNS 1 25


. Give the Latin for / feacA myself We teach ourselves You teach yourself You teach yourselves He teaches himself They teach themselves . The preposition cum, when used with the ablative of ego, tfl, ex 8ui, is appended to the form, as, mecum, with me; tecum, with you ; nSbiscum, with us; etc. . EXERCISES First learn the special vocabulary, p. 294. I. I. Mea mater est cara mihi et tua mater est cara tibi. 2. Vestrae litterae erant gratae nobis et nostrae litterae erant gratae vobls. 3. Nuntius rggis qui nobiscum est nihil respondebit. 4. Nuntii pacem amicitiamque sibi et suis sociis postulaverunt. 5. Si tu arma sumes, ego regnum occupabo. 6. Uter vestrum est civis Romanus .'* Neuter nostrum. 7. Eo tempore multi supplicium dederunt quia regnum petierant. 8. Sume supplicium, Caesar, de hostibus patriae acribus. 9. Prima luce alii metu commoti sese fugae mandaverunt; alii autem magna virtute impetum exercitus nostri sustinuerunt. 10. Soror regis, ubi de adverso proelio audivit, sese Pompeiis interfecit. II. I. Whom do you teach? I teach myself. 2. The soldier wounded himself with his sword. 3. The master praises us, but you he does not praise. 4. Therefore he will inflict punishment on you, but we shall not suffer punishment. 5. Who will march (i.e. make a march) with me to Rome ? 6. I will march with you to the gates of the city. 7. Who will show us ^ the way ? The gods will show you * the way. Daed'alus and Ic'arus {Concluded) . Puer Icarus una * stabat et mirum patris opus videbat. Post- quam manus ultima* alis imposita est, Daedalus eSs tempt§vit et similis avi in auras volavit. Tum alas umeris fili adligavit et docuit eum volare et dixit, " Te veto, mi fili, adpropinquare aut s5li aut mari. Si fluctibus adpropinquaveris,* aqua alis tuis nocSbit, et si s6li adpropinquaveris,* 5

  • Not accusative. * Adverb, see vocabulary. * manna nltima, the

finishing touch. What literally ? * Future perfect. Translate by the present.