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IV. HILARY TERM, 1904.

Greek. 1. Give the gender, genitive singular and dative plural of-πατρίς, ιππεύς, προδότης, ιχθύς.

2. Compare-φαύλος, ευρύς, ψευδής, ραδίως.

3. Parse-oναίμην, ήκας, βληθείς, ήσσημένος, συνέσποντο. 4. Write down

1st plur. 2nd aor. subj. act. of αποθνήσκω,
2nd sing. fut. indic. act. of συντέμνω,
1st plur. imperfect indic. act. of opów,

3rd plur. 1st aor. optative middle of épíotnul. 5. Give the meaning of the following, and state the cases which they govern :-τυγχάνω, ένεκα, δείσθαι, 6. Distinguish :

αγαθός ανήρ έστι--ο ανήρ αγαθός έστι,
ου ποιήσεις ταύτα-μη ποιήσης ταύτα,

κατά τον νόμον ειπείνκατά του νόμου είπείν.
7. Give the Greek for-
(α) 10,000 of the enemy.
(6) Where is he?
(c) May this not happen to us.
(d) In the reign of Croesus Sardis was taken.
(e) Do not fear.

Latin. 1. Give the gender, genitive singular and dative plural of-solus, ales, vellus, senex.

2. Compare—falsus, antiquus, niger, inferus.

3. Parse-rebantur, commentus, triverint, morēris, ultus.

4. Give the perfect and supine of differo, haurio, meto, emo, comperio, fingo. 5. Write down

2nd sing. pres. subj. of hortor,
3rd plur. perf. indic. of audeo,
3rd sing. fut. indic. of nolo,
3rd plur. imperative of eo.

6. Give the meaning of the following, and state the cases which they govern:-interest, coram, plenus, obliviscor. 7. Distinguish :

Auget imperium Romae-Crescit imperium Romae,
Senatum consulit-Senatui consulit,

Vereor ut venias-Vereor ne venias. 8. What do you mean by the following terms? Give an instance of each :-deponent verb, inceptive verb, reflexive pronoun, historic infinitive. 9. Give the Latin for

(a) 10,000 of the enemy.
(6) Where is he?
(c) May this not happen to us.
(d) In the reign of Croesus Sardis was taken.

(e) Do not fear.
10. (a) Put into Oratio Obliqua :-

Nolo ego istam in te modestiam ; ne degeneraveris a familia imperiosissima et superbissima ; non die, non hora citius, quam necesse est, magistratu abieris, modo ne excedas finitum tempus. Satis est aut diem aut mensem censurae adiicere?

(6) Put into Oratio Recta:

Ne pravo cum collega certamine rem publicam prodat: si qua clades incidisset, desertori magis quam deserto noxiae fore ; eo rem adductam, ut omne rei bene aut secus gestae in Etruria decus dedecusque ad L. Volumnium sit delegatum; neminem quaesiturum, quae verba Appii, sed quae fortuna exercitus fuerit ; dimitti ab Appio eum, sed e re publica et ab exercitu retineri; experiretur modo voluntatem militum.

V. TRINITY TERM, 1904.

Greek. 1. Give the gender, genitive singular and dative plural of-yévos, Baola eús, páptus, moitos.

2. Compare—Taxús, copós, álnońs, uáda.

3. Give in full the following tenses :

1st aorist indicative passive of βλάπτω,
imperfect indicative active of ίστημι,

present imperative middle of λύω. 4. Write down

2nd person singular present imperative active of

1st person singular imperfect indicative active of φιλέω,

3rd person singular 1st aorist indicative passive of

δίδωμι,

τίθημι,

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1st person plural pluperfect indicative active of λύω. 5. Write short sentences (one for each word) illustrating the use of the following:-δεί, αντί, λανθάνω, παρά (contrary to).

6. Parse the words underlined in the following passage, giving the principal parts of each verb :

Και ταύτα εννοήσας ο Αλέξανδρος μη τι νεωτερισθείη εν τη στρατιά, ότε πρώτον ηδυνήθη, κομίζεται πλέων κατά τον ποταμόν. ώς δ' επέλαζεν η ναυς ήδη το στρατοπέδω τον βασιλέα φέρουσα, κελεύει δη αφελείν την σκηνής από της πρύμνης ώστε καταφανής είναι πάσιν. 7. Translate into Greek :

(a) What do you want ?
(6) I fear he will come.
(c) We hope that we shall conquer.
(d) He tried to save the army.
(e) He could not persuade the enemy to retire.

Latin. 1. Give the gender, genitive singular and dative plural of—iter, eques, foedus, dea.

2. Compare-tutus, vetus, acer, malus.
3. Give in full the following tenses :-

imperfect subjunctive active of capio,
future indicative of ordior,

perfect subjunctive of loquor. 4. Give the perfect and supine ofm-incipio consumo, maneo, tero, tango, fulgeo.

M.-B.

ib uno excha audiebatur sadf each vere following pa

5. Write down,

3rd person singular present subjunctive of malo,
2nd person plural perfect indicative of nitor,
1st person singular perfect subjunctive of do,

3rd person plural imperfect subjunctive of nolo. 6. Write short sentences (one for each word) illustrating the use of the following :-utor, possum, egeo, idoneus.

7. Parse the words underlined in the following passage, giving the principal parts of each verb :

Una vox audiebatur ad mare vocantium; id temere ab uno exclamatum totis passim personabat castris. Itaque primo velut iussi id facere, pauci ad mare decurrunt, dein plures, postremo ipse consul, cum frustra revocare fugientes conatus, nec imperio nec auctoritate nec precibus ad extremum valuisset. 8. Translate into Latin :

(a) What do you want ?
(6) I fear he will come.
(c) We hope that we shall conquer.
(d) He tried to save the army.

(e) He could not persuade the enemy to retire. 9. (á) Put into Oratio Obliqua :

Non tam, quid ipsi dicamus, habemus, quam a vobis quaerimus, Romani, quo piaculo expiare errorem regis, pacem veniamque impetrare a victoribus possimus. Maximo semper animo victis regibus populisque ignovistis : nobis hodie ignoscite.

(6) Put into Oratio Recta:

Béllum imminere cum Perseo; desideraturos Romanos eundem navalem apparatum quem Philippi bello vidissent. Trepidaturos tum repente paranda classe, cum mittenda esset, nisi reficere naves, nisi instruere navalibus sociis coepissent. Id eo magis enixe faciundum esse, ut crimina delata ab Eumene fide rerum refellerent.

VI. SEPTEMBER, 1904.

Greek 1. Give the gen. sing., dat. plur., and meaning ofvñoos, veós, ovve.

2. Compare :--édayús, pédas, pádios.

3. Distinguish the meanings of -TÓTE, TOTé ; Toû, noî; äxlav, årňov; uéllel, el ; ¢otnoe, čorn. 4. Give them

2nd pers. sing. 2nd aor. mid. of ouvrionui,
3rd pers. sing. imperf. ind. act. of dovlów,

perf. pass. ingin. of Oátta.
5. Parse :-ádw, čuvňoon, yvwotóv, ongeolai.

6. Write down the 1st pers. sing. of the fut., aor. and perf. of—éhaúvw, hayxávo, invéopat, tuvőávouai.

7. What cases are governed by the following, and with what meanings ? ÚTTó, étí, uetá. 8. Translate into Greek :

(a) Does it seem to you to be so or not?
(6) He went away with three others.
(c) They chanced to be there.

Latin. 1. Give the gen. sing., dat. plur., and meaning of aries, ordo, auceps.

2. What is the difference in meaning between-aedes (singular), aedes (plural), castrum, castra, copia, copiae, littera, litterae, opera, operae, impedimentum, impedimenta?

3. Compare-gracilis, benevolus, dubius.
4. Give them

3rd pers. sing. pres. subj. of nolo,
3rd pers. sing. imperf. subj. of fio,

3rd pers. sing. imperf. indic. of possum. 5. Parse-periere, fissis, gavisus, stravisse.

6. Write down the 1st pers. sing. perf., the supine and infin. of—spondeo, reddo, lavo, cupio, domo, tundo.

operti indic. of Stravins the supão

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