LatinPerDiem: Gregory the Great, Regula Pastoralis 6
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What sort of clause is "ut perfecta quaeque opera consideratio propriae infirmitatis deprimat"?
Negative Purpose Clause
What declension is "opera"?
True or False: "consideratio" is the subject of "deprimat".
Why is the argument that "perfecta quaeque opera" is an ablative absolute unconvincing?
"opera" is not an ablative form
"deprimat" needs a subject
"perfecta" is not a participle
"deprimat" needs an object
True or False: the clause introduced by "ne" is a negative purpose clause.
What is the antecedent of "haec"?
What is the correct parsing of "arbitri"?
Neuter, Singular, Nominative
Neuter, Singular, Genitive
Neuter, Singular, Dative
Neuter, Singular, Accusative
Neuter, Singular, Ablative
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