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7. I was thinking that your brothers had been con

quered by our cavalry. 8. Do you suppose that the soldiers of our army

expected to be conquered ?

20. H.

I. Balbus's happy sisters thought that they had been

seen by us. 2. I had thought that you and your sons would be

conquered. 3. We all said that the lions' voices were heard by us. 4. I have been brought here to be heard by your

brothers. 5. They will say you have been conquered by the

Gauls. 6. The king of the Gauls did not think that he would

be conquered. 7. My brothers say that the Gauls are being conquered. 8. You would have thought that the letters would soon

be written.

20. 1.

1. You would have thought that the letters would be

written. 2. Did not Balbus say that his enemies had been con

quered ? 3. We think that the girls have come here to be heard. 4. I do not think the girls' voices will be praised.


5 We had walked to Rome to be heard by Balbus's

brothers. 6. The boys were saying that the letters had all been

written, 7. Balbus said that his wall was being built. 8. Did you and Portia expect to be seen ?

20. J.

1. My sister said she would come here to give arms to

my cavalry. 2. I believe that the good king's brave brothers had

great hope of victory. 3. We said that the ugly bodies of the sad dragons had

been given to the armies. 4. You and your sisters would have been brought here

to be seen by my cavalry. 5. The soldiers of my cavalry came here to say they

hoped to conquer Balbus. 6. My sister's son had promised to give you and me the

ugly body of a dragon. Balbus's ugly dragons were being brought here to be

held. 8. The good husbandman's sad sons will have been

brought here to be heard by you.

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1. Cæsar, having walked to Rome, bought a large horse. 2. Caius, having heard the lion's voice, ran to his camp. 3. My sister, having seen a lion, was running to my

garden. 4. Balbus, having built a wall, said he should write a

letter. 5. Having conquered the Gauls I walked to my camp. 6. Caius said that, having bought a horse, he should

walk to Rome. 7. My brothers, having advised me to buy a horse, said

they should return to their camp. 8. Portia, having promised to come, wrote a letter.

21. B.

1. Cæsar, having conquered our cavalry, advised his

soldiers to return to the camp. 2. Having come here we promised to buy Balbus's

horses. 3. Caius, having written a letter, was walking to the

city. 4. I believe that Balbus, having heard the lion, is

coming here. 5. Having held a dragon we expected to be blamed.

6. We thought that you, having conquered Cæsar, would

return. 7. My brothers, having heard your voice, are returning

here. 8. Caius says that, having bought a horse, he walked to


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1. Having advised Cæsar not to hold dragons, we

returned to Rome. 2, My sisters, being frightened at the lions' voices, are

running to the city. 3. My brother said that Caius, having bought a horse,

was coming here. 4. I believe that Balbus, being conquered by the Gauls,

is returning to his camp. 5. Our sisters, being advised to come here, said they

would buy a horse. 6. Being frightened at the dragons' voices my sister and

I ran to your garden. 7. Did you think that Caius, having conquered Cæsar,

would return to the army ? 8. My sister, having promised to give me a horse, said

she should write letters.

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1. Caius, having said that he had conquered the Gauls,

returned to his camp. 2. We believe that the Gauls, being conquered by Caius,

ran to Rome.

3. You and Caius, having heard our voices, expected to

be blamed. 4. My brothers, being advised to return to the city, said

they should buy horses. 5. The little judge, having avoided the big robber, hoped

to avoid death. 6. The robbers, being frightened by Balbus, said they had heard


voice. 7. Having advised my sister to write a letter, I came

here to see you. 8. The good husbandmen, having heard the lions' voices,

promised to return to the city.

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1. The Gauls, being conquered by Cæsar, were running

to their camp.

2. Caius, having walked to the city of Rome, bought

my horses.

3. The girls, being frightened at the lion, ran to the

robber's house. 4. Cæsar, having conquered the Gauls, said he should

return home. 5. My son, having written a long letter, returned to my

house. 6. Balbus's daughters, having seen the great dragons,

walked to my garden. I think that Cæsar, having conquered the cavalry,

returned to Rome. 8. Do you suppose that Caius, having walked to Rome,

bought a horse ?

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