LatinPerDiem: Gregory the Great, Regula Pastoralis 8
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Name (Last, First)
Which words are here being used as correlatives?
In what case are "tanto" and "quanto"?
True or False: "reprehendantur" is in the passive voice.
What does the "ut" clause convey?
True or False: the subject of "appetunt" is "indocti" only.
In what way does "reprehendantur" differ from "repellantur"?
"reprehendantur" is passive, while "repellantur" is active
"reprehendantur" is subjunctive, while "repellantur" is indicative
"reprehendantur" is third conjugation, while "repellantur" is second conjugation
"reprehendantur" is an independent subjunctive, while "repellantur" is within an "ut" clause
What is the correct parsing of "janua"?
Feminine, Singular, Gentive
Feminine, Singular, Dative
Feminine, Singular, Ablative
Feminine, Plural, Dative
Feminine, Plural, Ablative
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