5. What are the three different ways of translating 'you' into German? Explain how they differ from one another. 6. Classify the following prefixes according as they are separable, inseparable, or doubtful:-fort, vor, voll, ent, bei, er, durch, hin, zer, zurück, ab, auf, unter. 7. Which are the prepositions that govern both dative and accusative? State the differences of meaning, and give examples. 8. Give equivalents for the following idiomatic sentences :-(1) Daraus macht er sich gar nichts. (2) Wende dich an ihn; er gilt viel beim König. (3) Es soll nicht dein Schade sein. (4) Schade nur, dass er schon fort war. 9. Translate into German : (1) We have all heard him speak. (2) That is no concern of mine. (3) Joseph the Second is called in Austria His great mother's greater son.' THURSDAY, DECEMBER II, FROM 2.30 TO 4.30 P.M. 2 (d). German. (Third Paper.) Translate into English: (1) Bei einem Wirthe wundermild Da war ich jüngst zu Gaste; Ein goldner Apfel war sein Schild Es war der gute Apfelbaum, Bei dem ich eingekehret; Mit süsser Kost und frischem Schaum Ich fand ein Bett zu süsser Ruh Der Wirth er deckte selbst mich zu Gesegnet sei er alle Zeit Von der Wurzel bis zum Gipfel! (2) Ueber ihren klaren und göttlichen Spiegel gebeugt, sah ich nunmehr, dass alle schwarzen Ahnungen Recht hatten, dass das Entsetzliche geschehen war. Ich sah aus ihrer Fluth einen mit zottigem Vliess bedeckten Leib mir abschreckend entgegenstarren, dünn und knöchern gewordene Glieder, die als ob sie Scham empfänden, sich in Fell hüllten, ich sah spitz und steifgewordene Ohren und ach! jene von meinem Umgange mit der Heerde mir so bekannte Physiognomie, in welcher der Mund sich zum breiten Maule verzogen, die Nase die lächerliche Streckung nach vorn angenommen hatte, die Augen aber, erschreckt von diesen Verwandlungen, nach den Seitenbeinen des Schädels auseinander gewichen waren mit einem Worte, denn wozu so viele? Im Spiegel der Poesie sah ich mich als jungen, wenigstens werdenden Bock. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, from 2 to 4 P.M. 3. Arithmetic. 1. Find the G. C. M. of 808857 and 841128. 2. Express in seconds: 3. By a will a certain sum was left to the widow, a tenth part of this sum to each of 3 nephews, and a hundredth part of the same sum to each of 4 servants; the total sum left being 131327., find the amount left to each. 4. Express 70 as a decimal. Divide 615 by .003075. 5. Find the value in furlongs of 4.54 of 216 poles + ·45 of 6000 yards + 120 feet. 6. Find by Practice the value of 4 tons 5 cwt. I qr. 10 lbs. at 27. 138. 8d. the cwt. 7. If 512 soldiers consume 256 quarters of wheat in 128 days; how many soldiers will consume 1024 quarters in 64 days? 8. Find the simple interest at 5 per cent. per annum on 3787. 138. 9d. for 5 years 75 days (1 year=365 days). 9. Find the present value of 1147. 118. 8d. due two years hence at 5 per cent. per annum (simple interest). 10. If sugar be bought at 17. 138. 4d. per cwt., at what price per 2 lbs. must it be sold so as to make a profit of 8 per cent.? 11. Find the cost, at 28. a square yard, of painting a wainscotted room, 24 feet long, 18 feet wide, and 12 ft. 6 in. high; there being three windows each 7 ft. 8 in. by 3 ft. 6 in., and a door 7 ft. by 3 ft. 6 in.; the window shutters and doors being painted on both sides. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, from 10A.M. to 12.30 P.M. 1. Define a line, a straight line, parallel straight lines Write out Euclid's postulates, and his axioms concerning lines. 2. What is Euclid's test of equality? Enunciate the three propositions by which Euclid proves the equality of two triangles. 3. The angles at the base of an isosceles triangle are equal to one another; and if the equal sides be produced the angles on the other side of the base shall be equal to one another. 4. If a straight line be divided into any two parts, the rectangles contained by the whole and each of the parts are together equal to the square on the whole line. 5. If a straight line falling on two other straight lines make the alternate angles equal to one another, the two straight lines shall be parallel to one another. 6. If a straight line be divided into two equal, and also into two unequal parts, the squares on the two unequal parts are together double of the square on half the line and of the square on the line between the points of section. 7. Describe a square upon a given straight line. 8. In obtuse-angled triangles, if a perpendicular be drawn from either of the acute angles to the opposite side produced, the square on the side subtending the obtuse angle is greater than the squares on the sides containing the obtuse angle by twice the rectangle contained by the side on which, when produced, the perpendicular falls and the straight line intercepted, without the triangle, between the perpendicular and the obtuse angle. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, from 10 A.M. to 12.30 P.M. 4 (6). Algebra. 1. From the cube of a2+62 subtract the square of a3-63; and divide the result by a363. 2. Multiply ax3 — 2 bx2 + 3 ax-4b by ax2+2bx—a, collecting into brackets the coefficients of the various powers of x. = 3. Evaluate, when x 3, y=2, 2 = 1, 2 10x2-66xy-135 y2+60xz-450yz by 2x-15y. (2) 3x + a2c6d2f4 a2 c3f2 5 (x-2y)2 (x+y)(x-2y)x + y 7. Find the greatest common measure of x-9x2+24x-16 and 2x-3x2+3x2+16. 8. Find the least common multiple of 12(a¤—a3ñ3), 15(a3x—a3x3) and 20 (a1 x2 — a3 x3). 9. Extract the square root of 4x2+8ax3+4a2x2+1662x2+16ab2x+16b4. 10. Solve the equations: x + IO x+8 x+6 x+4 (1) + + = 40; 9 11. A's money is less than B's by 17., and less than C's by 27.; and a half of A's money, three-fifths of B's, and a fourth of C's, together make 117. Find the money of each. 12. Two articles are such that a cwt. of the first added to 2 qrs. of the second is worth 2l. 98.; while the value of 100 lbs. of the second added to 50 lbs. of the first is 27. 108. Find the price of each per lb. THE FIRST EXAMINATION. FRIDAY, JUNE 12, from 9 to 11 A.M. 2 (a). Latin. (First Paper.) Translate into Latin: And Aulus vowed that he would raise a temple to Castor and to Pollux, if they would aid him to win the battle; and he promised to his soldiers that the two who should be the first to break into the camp of the enemy should receive a rich reward. When behold there rode two horsemen at the head of his chosen band, and they were taller and fairer than after the stature and beauty of men, and they were in the first bloom of youth, and their horses were white as snow. And the enemy fled before them, and the Romans followed them to their camp, and the two horsemen on white horses were the first who broke into the camp. But when the camp was taken, Aulus sought for the two horsemen to give them the rewards which he had promised; and they were not found, only there was seen imprinted on the hard black rock the mark of a horse's hoof, which no earthly horse had ever made. FRIDAY, JUNE 12, from 11 A.M. to 1 P.M. 2 (a). Latin. (Second Paper.) 1. Give the gender, genitive singular, accusative and dative plural, of arcus, bos, crater, iter, porticus, paries, rus, socer. 2. Give the perfect, supine and infinitive active of cupio, haurio, lavo, mordeo, pasco, tego, torqueo, venio. 3. Express in Latin words :-Twenty times, two a-piece, the ninety ninth year, fifteen hundred and nineteen men, two months ago, so much the more, the longer you live. 4. Parse-abstulerat, adierit, cessise, malitis, māne, pactus, patiere, sponte, subnixus, supellectile. C |