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EXERCISES

'85. nauta bonus (bases naut- bon-), m., the good sailor

Singular Plural
Nom. nauta bon'us nautae bonī
Gen. nautae bonī nautārum bonōrum
Dat. nautae bonō nautīs bonīs
Acc. nautam bonum nautās bonōs
Abl'. nautā bonō nautīs bonīs
Voc. nauta bone nautae bonī

86. EXERCISES

First learn the special vocabulary, p. 285.

I.
1. Est[1] in vīcō nauta bonus.
2. Sextus est amīcus nautae bonī.
3. Sextus nautae bonō galeam dat.
4. Populus Rōmānus nautam bonum laudat.
5. Sextus cum nautā bonō praedam portat.
6. Ubi, nauta bone, sunt arma et tēla lēgātī Rōmānī?
7. Nautae bonī ad bellum properant.
8. Fāma nautārum bonōrum est clāra.
9. Pugnae sunt grātae nautīs bonīs.
10. Oppidānī nautās bonōs cūrant.
11. Cūr, nautae bonī, malī agricolae ad Rhēnum properant?
12. Malī agricolae cum bonīs nautīs pugnant.
II.
1. The wicked farmer is hastening to the village with (his) booty.
2. The reputation of the wicked farmer is not good.
3. Why does Galba's daughter give arms and weapons to the wicked farmer?
4. Lesbia invites the good sailor to dinner.
5. Why is Lesbia with the good sailor hastening from the cottage?
6. Sextus, where is my helmet?
7. The good sailors are hastening to the toilsome battle.
8. The horses of the wicked farmers are small.
9. The Roman people give money to the good sailors.
10. Friends care for the good sailors.
11. Whose friends are fighting with the wicked farmers?

GALEAE

  1. Est, beginning a declarative sentence, there is.