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  1. Familia in urbe multos menses habitabat.​
    1. in many months
    2. for many months
    3. after many months
    4. before many months
  2. Oppidum quod vidi erat parvum.​
    1. this
    2. same
    3. which
    4. what
  3. Legatus fortior erat quam dux.​
    1. as the leader
    2. which leader
    3. that leader
    4. than the leader
  4. Quibus hanc picturam monstrabis?
    1. Who
    2. With whom
    3. To whom
    4. Whose
  5. Italiam videre volunt.
    1. they bring
    2. they ought
    3. they want
    4. they can
  6. Roma a multis amata est.​
    1. will be loved
    2. will have been loved
    3. had been loved
    4. has been loved
  7. Multi pisces sub hoc ponte habitant.​
    1. their
    2. this
    3. every
    4. his
  8. Ambulans ad tabernam, miles amicum venit.
    1. Walked
    2. Walking
    3. Going to walk
    4. Having walked
  9. Mercatores navigare poterant.
    1. will be able
    2. are able
    3. were able
    4. will have been able
  10. Senator oratorem laudavisse debet.
    1. to have praised
    2. to praise
    3. to be praised
    4. to have been praised
Derivations and Phrases
  1. The president questioned the treasurer about the allocation of money.​
    1. amount
    2. placement
    3. collection
    4. absence
  2. Oxygen is a necessity for sustaining human life.
    1. bona fide
    2. ex tempore
    3. sine qua non
    4. per diem
  3. The tacit agreement of his friend made the boy's decision easier.
    1. quick
    2. spoken
    3. solemn
    4. silent
  4. Which is not a derivative of do, dare?
    1. dative
    2. tradition
    3. data
    4. deduce
Geography, Mythology, & Culture
  1. Metae, ludi circenses, and spina are words which pertain to​
    1. chariot races
    2. baths
    3. religion
    4. military exercises
  2. During the Republic, the consuls​
    1. presided over the courts
    2. were chief executives
    3. served as public treasurers
    4. were in charge of public games
  3. Theseus : Minotaur :: Hercules : _______​
    1. Nemean lion
    2. Harpies
    3. Medusa
    4. Chimaera
  4. Sailing east from Brundisium across the Adriatic Sea, one would reach​
    1. Africa
    2. Greece
    3. Sicily
    4. Spain
  5. After leading the Romans to victory, Cincinnatus​
    1. resigned his dictatorship and returned to his plow
    2. built a temple in the Forum
    3. held a triumphal parade
    4. accepted a consulship
  6. Who defeated the Parthians and helped Cleopatra rebuild Egypt's power but lost to Octavian at the Battle of Actium in 31 B. C.?​
    1. Caesar
    2. Anthony
    3. Pompey
    4. Romulus

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