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the second person plural present subjunctive passive

of rego,

the nominative singular feminine of the perfect parti

ciple passive of audio,

the second person plural imperative active of amo. 7. Mark the quantity of the first vowel in each of the following words: meus, filius, soror ; and that of the second vowel in each of the following: amicus, dixerunt, regina, monebant, orator.


Time: one hour and a half.

1. Give the feminine of du, auxquels, celui, cher, glorieux, ancien, mon petit cousin, son meilleur élère.

2. Give the plural of cheral, notre enfant, à la soeur, ta tante, il est vif.

3. Write in French: the fifteenth of June, last week, at my uncle's, the whole day, a quarter to eleven.

4. Translate into French: will he not have? they would not be; she was giving; we built; let us begin; do not speak; should he sell? that I might receive. 5. Translate into French: a. Whose are these books? This one is mine, and that

is Henry's.
b. We love our parents and obey them.
c. Why is the postman so late this morning ?
d. Were you not afraid ?

you any grapes ? There are no more plums in
the garden.
f. He did not find the shop of which I spoke to him.
g. She has not any blotting-paper, but I have some.
h. There are several letters here to which I have not

i. Without him, you will not succeed.
j. If you like Paris, why do you not return there?


6. Translate into English: Il y a dans la compagnie d'oiseaux qui loge dans un grand bois, un savant qu'on appelle Lilanid. Pendant

que les autres s'amusent dans les champs ou dans la forêt, il reste seule et réfléchit. Il sait distinguer les bonnes plantes des mauvaises. Il peut dire le temps qu'on aura le lendemain. Quand un oiseau est malade, Lilanid est toute de suite appelé.

Si un coucou veut prendre le nid d'un autre oiseau, c'est lui qui apaise la querelle et arrange l'affaire. Cependant il y a des choses qu'il ne sait pas et qui l'inquiètent.


Time: one hour and a half.

1. Translate into English:

a. Wir erwarteten ihn schon lange.
b. Erinnerst du dich seiner noch ?
c. Den wievielsten haben wir heute ?
d. Thu' diene Pflicht, und ich werde die meinige thun.
e. In dieser Ungewissheit würde ich nichts gewagt haben.
f. Der Mensch hat fünf Sinne—das Gesicht, das Gehör,

den Geruch, den Geschmack und das Gefühl.

2. Translate into German:

a. They will learn to write.
b. Where have you been yesterday?
c. In a fortnight we shall bring our money.
d. This tree is higher than that one.
e. Will you have this flower and the one which is in the

garden? f. These are your opinions, but they are not mine. 3. Write down the meaning, the gender, the genitive singular, and the nominative plural of the following nouns: Baum, Ei, Graf, Hut, Knabe, Kopf, Land, Nuss, Ort, Schaf, Stall, Traube.

4. Decline, through all the cases, singular and plural: ich, dlu, er, sie, es.

5. Give the second person singular (indicative) of the present, preterite (imperfect) and present-perfect tenses of bleiben, dürfen, haben, können, lernen, loben, mögen, müssen, reisen, sein, sollen, thun.

6. Write down the German equivalents for the following phrases: it is lightning; it thunders; it hails; it rains; it thaws; it snows; it freezes; it is growing dark; it is growing late; let there be light.

7. Explain, in English, the specific meaning of each of the following words: fehlen, befehlen, verfehlen; geben, umgeben, Auf gabe; halten, behalten, unterhaltend; kaufen, verkaufen; lesen, vorlesen; suchen, besuchen; setzen, Aufsatz; sitzen, besitzen.


Time: one and a half hours.

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1, y


= 3.

1. Show that
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X (y z)

y when x =

2, and z = Also find what the value of z must be if the statement is still true when x = 2, and

у 2. Find the sum of 2 bc + 2 ca + c^, - 1,2 + 2 bc + aa

ac, 3 a? a (a b + c) and bc

2 (c – a) (a - b). 3. Multiply

7 a 2 a’ + 8 a' – 4 at by 5 a + 3 a? 7 a?, and divide

42 at + 41 a3 – 9 a? – 9a - 1 by 7 a? + 8 a + 1. 4. Solve the equations

2 x



1.3 2
2 x + 02

3 5. A traveller on a road from A to B observes that at a certain time the distance he has gone is two-thirds of that which he has

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yet to go. When he has travelled four miles further he has
completed six-elevenths of his journey. How far is it from A
to B?
6. Solve the equation
x + y = 9 (x - y)

23 (2 x - y) = 6 (3.7 + 8).)




Time: two hours.

1. Two ships sail from the same port. One sails NE. at the rate of 13 knots an hour. The other sails 27° W. of N. at the rate of 15 knots an hour. Find by plotting their distance apart in knots at the end of two hours.

2. Draw a triangle whose sides are respectively 3, 4, and 2 inches long. Then from each angular point draw a perpendicular to the opposite side. Show details of construction. The set square must not be used.

3. If two triangles have the three sides of the one equal respectively to the three sides of the other, prove that the triangles are equal in all respects.

4. Without using the protractor draw an angle ABC of 30°. From any point A on A B draw AC perpendicular to BC. Measure AB and AC, and prove that AB ought to be twice AC.

5. If a straight line falling on two other straight lines makes the alternate angles equal to one another, prove that the two straight lines are parallel.

6. If a side of any triangle be produced, prove that the exterior angle is equal to the two interior and opposite angles, and that the three interior angles of the triangle are equal to two right angles.

7. Draw any triangle ABC. Bisect AC at E and AB at F. Join BE and produce it to G so that BE=EG. Join CF and produce it to H so that CF=FH. Make a careful construction, showing all work, and prove that the points H, A, G should lie on a straight line.



Time: two hours.

1. Analyse fully the following sentence:

Gentle lady, when I first imparted my love to you, I freely told you

all the wealth I had ran in my veins, but I should have told you that I had less than nothing, being in debt.

2. Parse the words in italics in the foregoing sentence.

3. Quote the stanzas in The Ancient Mariner which begin with the following words:

a. The sun's rim dips.
b. They groaned, they stirred.
c. Is it he ? quoth one.

d. And some in dreams. 4. In which of Shakespeare's plays do the following characters appear?

State shortly what you know about them: Viola, Prospero, Polonius, Nerissa, Laertes, Regan, Oliver, Jessica.

5. Explain the following words and expressions: the stardogged moon; silly buckets; gramercy; of sense forlorn; vespers nine; music from the spheres; out of suits with fortune; safe convoy; mortal business; my deeds upon my head; my vantage to exclaim on you.

6. Write an essay on the thought expressed in the following passage:

Sweet are the uses of adversity,
Which, like the toad, ugly and venomous,
Wears yet a precious jewel in his head;
And this our life, exempt from public haunt,
Finds tongues in trees, books in the running brooks,
Sermons in stones, and good in everything.

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