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1. The new inhabitant's house is five miles away from the town.
a. Incolae novae domus quinque mīlia passuum ab oppidō abest.
b. Incolae novī domus quinque milia passuum ab oppidō abest.
c. Incolae novae domus quinque milia passus ab oppidō abest.
2. These poets have asked the king for some money.
a. Hī poetae rēgem aliquam pecūniam rogāvērunt.
b. Hī poetae rēgī aliquam pecūniam rogāvērunt.
c. Hī poetae rēgem aliquem pecūniam rogāvērunt.
3. Lucius has come to Rome to see his father.
a. Lūcius ad Rōmam patrem suum vīsum vēnit.
b. Lūcius Rōmam patrem suum vīsum vēnit.
c. Lūcius ad Rōmam patrem suum vidēre vēnit.
4. The powerful Romans inflicted war on the Albans and each led their soldiers into battle.
a. Rōmānī potentēs Albānōs bellum inferēbant et utrīque in proelium milites eōrum duxērunt.
b. Rōmānī potentēs Albānīs bellum inferrēbant et utrīque in proelium milites suās duxērunt.
c. Rōmānī potentēs Albānīs bellum inferēbant et utrīque in proelium milites suās duxērunt.
5. The kindly goddess favored her faithful son who had been carried to the island by a storm.
a. Dea benigna filium suum fīdum quī ad insulam tempestāte lātus erat favēbat.
b. Dea benigna filiō suō fīdō quī ad insulam tempestāte ferātus erat favēbat.
c. Dea benigna filiō suō fīdō quī ad insulam tempestāte lātus erat favēbat.

Numae morte Tullus Hostilius, homō animī ferī et bellicōsī, rēx tertius delectus est. Hic non modo Numae dissimilis erat sed etiam Romuo ipsī praestābat decorum bellī cupidine. Tantus deōrum metus quantum Numa civium animīs iniēcerat Tullō gratus non erat, nam decorī impedīmentō fuit. Undique ergo causās bellī petīvit quās illō modō repperit. Quīdam rusticī Albānī Rōmānīs, Rōmānī Albānīs pecora auferēbant. Utrimque legātī ferē sub idem tempus rēs repetītum missī sunt.

1. Morte
a. ablative of means
b. ablative of time
c. ablative of place where
2. Homō
a. Ablative
b. Dative
c. nominative
3. Rēx
a. Subject
b. predicate noun
c. noun in apposition
4. Ipsī
a. Dative
b. Genitive
c. nominative
5. Bellī
a. genitive of possession
b. Objective
c. partitive genitive
6. Animīs
a. ablative of personal agent
b. dative of purpose
c. dative with compound verb
7. Decorī
a. genitive of possession
b. dative of purpose
c. dative of reference
8. Impedīmentō
a. dative of purpose
b. dative of reference
c. dative of indirect object
9. Quās
a. relative pronoun
b. relative adjective
c. interrogative pronoun
10. Albānīs
a. dative of reference
b. dative with compound verb
c. ablative of personal agent
11. Rēs
a. predicate nominative
b. Subject
c. object of repetitum
12. Repetītum
a. nominative of perfect passive participle
b. Supine
c. perfect passive participle as subject

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