LatinPerDiem: Gregory the Great, Regula Pastoralis 2
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Name (Last, First)
What is the antecedent of "quae"?
What is formed by using "ne" and a subjunctive?
Negative purpose clause
Positive purpose clause
True or False: "levia" is the predicate of the subject of "videantur".
When all modifiers are removed from "praesentis libri stylo exprimo de eorum gravedine omne quod penso", what remains?
de eorum gravendine
True or False: The clause "quod penso" is a subordinate clause.
What sort of clause is "ut et haec qui vacat, incaute non expetat", and how is it formed?
Negative purpose, ne + subjunctive
Negative purpose, ut + non + subjunctive
Negative result, ne + subjunctive
Negative result, ut + non + subjunctive
What is the correct parsing of "adeptum"?
Masculine, Singular, Nominative
Masculine, Singular, Accusative
Masculine, Singular, Genitive
Masculine, Singular, Dative
Masculine, Singular, Ablative
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