Sunday, May 15, 2016

test 7

ANSWER SET: Test Chapter 7
Test Chapter 7

This test is closed-book. Please put away all notes, books, printouts, HW assignments, flashcards, dictionaries, and any other materials before proceeding.

Online dictionaries and translators are NOT permitted.

You may have scrap paper and a pencil.

Check your answers carefully before submitting the test.

Bonam fortūnam!


# For 2 points
1) What kind of bird does the girl of the poet have?
c) sparrow

# For 2 points
2) How does the poet feel about the girl's bird?
b) He is jealous.

# For 2 points
3) The girl allows the bird to bite her
d) finger

# For 2 points
4) In the story "Dē amōre," the adjective mellitus is used to describe
a) the bird

# For 2 points
5) The girl loves the bird more than
c) her own eyes

# For 2 points
6) Identify the case and number of pācis.
b) genitive singular

# For 2 points
7) Identify the case and number of sorōrī.
c) dative singular

# For 2 points
8) Which two cases have identical plural endings in all the declensions you have learned so far?
c) dative and ablative

# For 2 points
9) What third declension ending is the same as the nominative plural?
a) accusative plural

# For 1 point
10) What case is used for the object of invīdeo?
d) dative

# For 1 point
11) Which of the following is NOT ablative singular?
b) tenēre

# For 1 point
12) Which of the following is genitive plural?
d) senum

# For 1 point
13) Choose the correct Latin translation for this sentence: He thinks that her eyes are beautiful.
b) Putat oculōs pulchrōs esse.

# For 1 point
14) Choose the correct Latin translation for this sentence: They were bothered by the many sparrows in the park.
b) ā multīs passeribus

# For 1 point
15) Choose the correct Latin translation for this sentence: She thinks that her sisters love their pet.
a) Putat sorōrēs dēliciās amāre.

# For 1 point
16) Choose the correct Latin translation for this sentence: We ought to love peace more than war.
c) Pācem plus quam bellum amāre dēbēmus.

# For 1 point
17) Choose the correct Latin translation for this sentence: The boys report that they are good.
a) Puerī nārrant sē esse bonōs.

# For 2 points
18) The Pacific Ocean was named from the Latin word for
d) peace

# For 1 point
19) All of the following are derived from senex EXCEPT
d) sensible

# For 2 points
20) A digitate leaf is so-called because it
c) has five divisions like the fingers of a hand

# For 2 points
21) I want to live in a sorority where the members all treat each other like
d) sisters

# For 2 points
22) The odor of freshly-baked cookies was delectable.
c) delightful

ANSWER SET: Quiz Chapter 7
Quiz Chapter 7

This quiz is closed-book. Please put away all notes, books, printouts, HW assignments, flashcards, dictionaries, and any other materials before proceeding.

Online dictionaries and translators are NOT permitted.

You may have scrap paper and a pencil.

Check your answers carefully before submitting the quiz.

Bonam fortūnam!


# For 2 points
1) What kind of bird does the girl of the poet have?
c) sparrow

# For 2 points
2) How does the poet feel about the girl's bird?
b) He is jealous.

# For 2 points
3) The girl allows the bird to bite her
d) finger

# For 2 points
4) In the story "Dē amōre," the adjective mellitus is used to describe
a) the bird

# For 2 points
5) The girl loves the bird more than
c) her own eyes

# For 2 points
6) Identify the case and number of pācis.
b) genitive singular

# For 2 points
7) Identify the case and number of sorōrī.
c) dative singular

# For 1 point
8) Which two cases have identical plural endings in all the declensions you have learned so far?
c) dative and ablative

# For 1 point
9) What case is used for the object of invīdeo?
d) dative

# For 1 point
10) Which of the following is NOT ablative singular?
b) tenēre

# For 1 point
11) Which of the following is genitive plural?
d) senum

# For 1 point
12) He thinks that her eyes are beautiful.
b) Putat oculōs pulchrōs esse.

# For 1 point
13) They were bothered by the many sparrows in the park.
b) ā multīs passeribus

# For 1 point
14) She thinks that her sisters love their pet.
a) Putat sorōrēs dēliciās amāre.

# For 1 point
15) We ought to love peace more than war.
c) Pācem plus quam bellum amāre dēbēmus.

# For 1 point
16) The boys report that they are good.
a) Puerī nārrant sē esse bonōs.

test 7

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Wednesday, February 25, 2015

New Blog Posts Are Somewhere Else . . .

Just a reminder that I'm now doing my blogging and interacting with social media through the Wittenberg Door Campus Ministry site at www.WittenbergCoMo.com. The blog over there is starting to come to life - head over there and comment!

Thursday, February 5, 2015

That does it - we're moving!!

After so long on the long voyage blog I'm really moving to our new site WittenbergCoMo.com and trying to stay in communication at facebook.com/wittenbergcomo and by Twitter @wittenbergcomo. The "CoMo" part stands for "Columbia Missouri." I'll keep this blog up and at least a little bit active because there are quite a few posts summarizing things I've read in the past. They could be useful! But I'm putting new posts at my blog over at Wittenberg Door - "Throwing Inkwells."

Friday, January 30, 2015

Walther, 1906. Chapter 50, “The Decision About a Call”

Chapter 50, “The Decision About a Call” (pp. 274-280)

Should a pastor be willing to leave a congregation for another call? Walther advises against a pastor seeking another call for a higher salary or because of conflict in the current situation. Good reasons include seeing a benefit to the whole church through the pastor’s ability to use his gifts.

The pastor is not bound forever to his first call but should also not be in a hurry to leave. Walther cites Luther in encouraging pastors to stay in calls where there is opposition until they overcome the opposition or are forced out. In cases of particular persecution the pastor should stay but if there is a general persecution the whole church may flee (p. 276). A pastor should never accept a call to a congregation where the former pastor was unjustly forced out (p. 277).

The pastor, as servant of the church, treats the services of the church as first priority, filling his own pulpit regularly. It is hard work, but the pastor perseveres (p. 279). Walther does not consider that a pastor will simply retire, but may step aside when health no longer permits the rigor of the office.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Walther, 1906. Chapter 49, “The Pastor’s Synodical Membership”

Chapter 49, “The Pastor’s Synodical Membership” (pp. 270-273)

A minister should be in fellowship with other pastors and should gather with them frequently. This is for the good of the church and the spread of the gospel. Walther sees this cooperation among pastors and churches, as well as pastors and their school teachers, as very important in building unity of the faith. Though the local church is sovereign the association of churches is very important for fellowship, encouragement, and faith.