Lingua Latina for April 30th

Finish VL Lesson 28. For your quiz this week: Know the following 3rd Declension Adjectives in the Latin Dictionary Form: sharp or pointed, swift or quick, famous, short, heavy, sad, fierce or wild, bold, and wise. To do this you will need to know if the adjective is a “1, 2, or 3 termination” adjective. For example: if I say “sharp or pointed” you must give all three terminations, that is, acer, acris, acre. If is say, “short” you must give both termination endings, that is, brevis, breve. If I say “bold” you must give the nominative singular and the genitive singular because it is a one terminating ending, that is, audax, audacis.