Day 1: Caesar “The Helvetians Drive to the West.” lines 1-12. NOUNS. Review of noun cases including the newer cases dative with special verbs, ablative absolute, accusative of extent of space and duration of time, dative of reference and dative of purpose, double dative, genitive and ablative of description, vocative. HW: pages 531—535, #6--#9 Exercise A
Day 2: Caesar “The Helvetians Drive to the West.” lines 13-30. Participles—Present Active, Perfect Passive, and Future Active, Ablative Absolutes, Gerunds, and Gerundives. Gerund and gerundive uses. Passive Periphrastic. Infinitives. HW: pages 538—541 #12-14, Exercise A
Day 3: Caesar, “Revolt along the Seacoast” , lines 93-105. Subordinate Clauses—Relative clauses (indicative), Indirect Questions, Purpose Clauses, Cum clauses, Temporal clauses with ubi, ut primum, postquam, Noun ut clauses, Result clauses, Relative Clause of Characteristic , etc. HW: Translate pages 482-483.
Day 4: Caesar, “Rebellion in the North” Scene 5 lines 49—53.Degrees of adjectives and adverbs. Ablative of comparison. Irregular adjectives. HW: De Adventu Gallorum page 393 (translate).
Day 5: Prepositions and Pronouns. Wrap up Caesar. HW: Exercise 49
Coursework subject to change based on the needs of the class. There will be homework! :)