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Wherefore, at last, lighting under a little shelter, they sat down there till the day brake; but, being weary, they fell asleep. Now there was, not far from the place where they lay, a castle, the owner whereof was a Giant, and it was in his grounds they now were sleeping; wherefore, he getting up in the morning early, and walking up and down in his fields, caught them asleep in his grounds. Then, with a grim and a surly voice, he bid them awake, and asked them whence they were, and what they did in his grounds? They told him they were Pilgrims, and that they had lost their way. Then said the Giant, You must go along with me. So they were forced to go, because he was stronger than they. They also had but little to say, for they knew themselves in a fault. The Giant therefore drove them before him, and put them into his Castle.


1. Give the gender, gen. sing., and gen. and dat. plur. of— ὄφις, βάθος, δάμαρ, γέρας, θήρ; compes, incus, paterfamilias, pecten, seges.

2. Give, both in sing. and plur., the gen. and dat. of— χαρίεις, βαθύς, τέρην, τυφθείς, δεικνύς; anceps, creber, praesens, pauper, locuples.

3. Give the comparative and superlative of―toos, novxos, λáλos, taɣús, ǎoμevos; pulcher, dives, malevolus, antiquus, cito.

4. Give the Greek and Latin for-eighteen, ten thousand, eighth, nine times, twenty-first.

Give the dat. of—τρεῖς, τέσσαρες, μηδείς, δύο, άμφω. Translate into Latin-He gave the three men two horses each.

5. Decline in the masculineἑαυτοῦ, τίς, ὁ αὐτός.

Give the meaning of—τοιοῦτος, πῶς, ὥς, οὐδαμοῦ, οἷος.
Give the gen. and dat. plur. of-uter, se, quicunque.
Give the gen. and dat. sing. of-aliquis, iste.

6. Parseἐπτόμην, ὑποσχῶνται, ἔθιγεν, εἰρήσθω, πέφρικεν; dicare, mavis, regeris, levit, affabitur.

7. Give the first pers. sing. subj. and opt., 2nd sing. imper., inf. and part. of—ἔπιον, ὠλόμην, πέπονθα, ἐσπεισά μŋv, àîv; pango, ordior, metior, sino, sepelio.

8. Write down:

(1) 2nd sing. fut. ind. Xav¤ávw.

(2) Acc. fem. plur. part. perf. pass. λúw.
(3) 2nd dual 1st aor. opt. pass. ẞáλλw.
(4) 2nd sing. pres. subj. pass. Xpvrów.
(5) Dat. fem. plur. 2nd aor. part. dákvw.
(6) 3rd pl. pres. subj. nolo.

(7) 3rd sing. plupf. ind. veneo.
(8) 3rd plur. fut. perf. pass. jubeo.
(9) 3rd plur. perf. subj. act. tollo.

(10) 3rd plur. plupf. subj. nanciscor.

9. Explain and illustrate by examples-Desiderative verb, cognate accusative, dativus commodi, ablative absolute, reciprocal pronoun.

10. Translate into Latin :

(1) He said that the more cautiously I went the sooner I should arrive at Rome.

(2) He never spoke without blaming his counsellors. (3) When he ought to have spoken he held his peace. (4) He died on the twenty-fifth of November, aged twenty-four.

(5) If he were here nothing would prevent him from telling the truth.

11. Translate into Greek :—



(1) He was seen standing on the bridge beside his horse.

(2) He said that they were teaching what they did not



(3) Those who had been sent by the king sailed down stream as quickly as possible.

(4) The daughters of the general escaped from the

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1. Find the G. C. M. of 2604 and 3444 and the L. C. M. of 8, 14, 36, 108.

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3. Convert 3 into decimal fractions; and reduce 4.135 and 21.743 to vulgar fractions.

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4. Multiply 4.1324 by 5 and 1324 by 005; and divide 5 and 005 by 04.


5. Extract the square root of 538 and of .00501264. 6. Find the value of

•5 of a shilling+·55 of five shillings +·555 of 17.

7. A bought an estate of 4573 acres 2 roods 20 poles at 50 guineas per acre, and agreed to pay half-a-crown each for all the trees on the estate, averaging 8 per acre. the total amount of the purchase money.


8. The size of an ordinary brick is 9 inches long x 3 in. thick x 4 in. wide. Find the number of bricks required for a wall 9 inches thick, 10 feet high, and 80 yards long, and their cost at 35s. per 1000.

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