Cap. 10 Ex. 09

Lēctiō tertia (versūs 74-131)

In this exercise you are asked to practice the accusative and infinitive construction. The first sentence in each question has only a finite verb. You will then put that sentence into accusative and infinitive form after a verb of seeing (e.g., vidēre) or hearing (e.g., audīre). Keep in mind that you will need to use both present active and present passive infinitives.


Albīnus clāmat. Lȳdia Albīnum clāmāre audit.

Saccus ā Syrō aperītur. Puer saccum ā Syrō aperīrī videt.

Saccus plēnus est. Puer saccum plēnum esse videt.

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Assistant Professor of Classics
Ave Maria University
Ave Maria, FL

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