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.

Exempla:

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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