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I saw the Tiber RIVER flowing through Rome.

flumen
fluminibus
flumina
fluminum

Question 2
I love the POEMS of Vergil!

carmen
carmine
carmina
carminum

Question 3
In his statue of Anchises, Aeneas, and Ascanius, Bernini did a beautiful job of depicting the stages of the BODY throughout life.

corporis
corpus
corporum
corporibus

Question 4
What's in a NAME? Everything for a Roman!

nomen
nomine
nomini
nominis

Question 5
HEADS of state come in many names: president, prime minister, king. But for the Romans, only consul mattered.

capitibus
capita
caput
capite

Question 6
Many historians would say that the WOUNDS (accusative) leading to the fall of the Roman Empire were self-inflicted.

vulnera
vulneris
vulneribus
vulneri

Question 7
The Roman farmer, sailor, and warrior had little in the way of leisure TIME.

tempora
temporis
temporibus
tempus

Question 8
The ORDER of the three periods of Roman history is monarchy, republic and empire.

ordo
ordinis
ordine
ordinum



I am honestly not trying to hand down my homework just sadly I don't know what the forms of the words are in (the bold words) meaning I cant do the correct translation. You don't need to give me the answers just the case of the Caps Lock words please I will do the rest.

  • Latin -

    I saw the Tiber RIVER flowing through Rome.
    RIVER is the direct object, so accusative case (s).

    Question 2
    I love the POEMS of Vergil!
    POEMS is the direct object.

    Question 3
    In his statue of Anchises, Aeneas, and Ascanius, Bernini did a beautiful job of depicting the stages of the BODY throughout life.
    BODY is the object of the preposition for "of," so ablative case.

    Question 4
    What's in a NAME? Everything for a Roman!
    NAME is the object of the preposition "in", so ablative case. (If it meant "into" then you'd use accusative case.)

    Question 5
    HEADS of state come in many names: president, prime minister, king. But for the Romans, only consul mattered.
    HEADS is the subject, so nominative case (pl).

    Question 6
    Many historians would say that the WOUNDS (accusative) leading to the fall of the Roman Empire were self-inflicted.
    WOUNDS is the subject in its own (subordinate) clause.

    Question 7
    The Roman farmer, sailor, and warrior had little in the way of leisure TIME.
    TIME is the object of the preposition "of."

    Question 8
    The ORDER of the three periods of Roman history is monarchy, republic and empire.
    ORDER is the subject.

  • Latin -

    I saw the Tiber RIVER flowing through Rome.
    flumen

    Question 2
    I love the POEMS of Vergil!
    carmina

    Question 3
    In his statue of Anchises, Aeneas, and Ascanius, Bernini did a beautiful job of depicting the stages of the BODY throughout life.
    corporis

    Question 4
    What's in a NAME? Everything for a Roman!
    nomine

    Question 5
    HEADS of state come in many names: president, prime minister, king. But for the Romans, only consul mattered.
    capita

    Question 6
    Many historians would say that the WOUNDS (accusative) leading to the fall of the Roman Empire were self-inflicted.
    vulnera

    Question 7
    The Roman farmer, sailor, and warrior had little in the way of leisure TIME.
    tempore
    Question 8
    The ORDER of the three periods of Roman history is monarchy, republic and empire.
    ordo

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