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30. Participles

1. How many types of Participles are there?
4, 5, 6, 7
2. What type of clause is often used in English to express the meaning of a Latin participle?
Purpose multiple choice questions , Conditional, Relative, Parent
3. What is the governing principle of participles that was emphasized in class?
The meaning of participles will %22float%22 depending upon usage., The forms of the participles always follow Block 2 endings. distance learning , The forms of the participles always follow Block 1 endings., Participles have natural meanings that never change.
4. Which of the following participles have a natuarlly ACTIVE (vs. passive) meaning?
Contemporary, Antecedent, Subsequent, Necessity
5. Which of the following participles have a natuarlly PASSIVE (vs. active meaning?
Contemporary, Subsequent, Antecedent, Necessity
6. Which of the following participles follow Block 1 endings?
Contemporary, Antecedent, Subsequent, Necessity
7. Which of the following participles follow Block 2 endings?
Contemporary, Antecedent matching excercise , Subsequent, Necessity
8. interactive learning For the verb LAUDARE, which of the following types of participles is expressed by LAUDATURUS, -A, -UM?
Contemporary, Antecedent, Subsequent, Necessity
9. For the verb ELIGERE which of the following types of participles is expressed by ELIGENDUS, -A, -UM?
Contemporary, Antecedent, Subsequent, Necessity
10. For the verb MONERE which of the following types of participles is expressed by MONITUS, -A, -UM?
Contemporary, Antecedent, Subsequent, Necessity
11. print quizzes For the verb AUDIRE which of the following types of participles is expressed by AUDIENS, AUDIENTIS?
Contemporary, Antecedent, Subsequent, Necessity
12. What is the natural meaning of AMANS, AMANTIS?
Loving, Being Loved, Having Loved, Love
13. What is the natural meaning of AMATURUS, -A, -UM?
Loving, Going to love, About to be loved, Having been loved
14. What is the natural meaning of AMATUS, -A, -UM?
Loving, Going to love, Having been loved, Having loved
15. What is the natural meaning of AMANDUS, -A, -UM?
Having been loved, Loved, Needing to be loved, About to be loved
16. If LOQUOR, LOQUI, LOCUTUS is a deponent verb, then which of the following participles will be active in voice?
Contemporary, Antecedent, Subsequent, Necessity
17. If LOQUOR, LOQUI, LOCUTUS is a deponent verb, then which of the following participles will be passive in voice?
Contemporary, Antecedent, Subsequent, Necessity
18. For deponent verbs, which of the participle forms is naturally and always different in voice (active vs. passive) from that of normal verbs?
Contemporary, Antecedent, Subsequent, Necessity
19. If LOQUOR, LOQUI, LOCUTUS is a deponent verb, then what is the natural meaning of LOQUENS, -ENTIS?
Being said, Having said, Said, Saying
20. If LOQUOR, LOQUI, LOCUTUS is a deponent verb, then what is the natural meaning of LOCUTUS, -A, -UM?
Having said, Having been said, Said, Needing to be said
21. If LOQUOR, LOQUI, LOCUTUS is a deponent verb, then what is the natural meaning of LOCUTURUS, -A, -UM?
About to be said, Needing to be said, About to say, Being said
22. If LOQUOR, LOQUI, LOCUTUS is a deponent verb, then what is the natural meaning of LOQUENDUS, -A, -UM?
Needing to say, Saying, Being said, Needing to be said
23. If VIVENS, VIVENTIS is the contemporary participle meaning LIVING, then what will the natural meaning of VIVENTIUM be?
The living man (object)., The living thing (neuter object)., Of the living one (Genitive)., Of the living ones (Genitive).
24. Which of the following is NOT one of the observations made about participles in class?
They will often be used with the auxiliary verb ESSE., Their meanings will need to be adapted from time to time., They will be the verbs of ablative absolutes., They are convertible to relative clauses.