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21. F. We said that Caius, having conquered the Gauls, was
returning here. 2. My sister, being seen by the bad robbers, was hoping
to avoid death. 3. Do you think that I, having heard your voice, ran to
my camp? 4. Cæsar, having heard that I was coming, said he
should collect his forces. 5. The Gauls, being defeated by our men, had returned
to their city. 6. Having come here to see your brothers, we hoped to
be praised. 7. Your sisters, having heard the lions' voices, hoped we
should come. 8. The little girl, being frightened at the judge's voice,
is running to the city of Rome.
21. G. Cæsar, having conquered the cavalry, returned to his
own camp 2. My sisters, having written letters, walked to Rome to
buy flowers and dragons. 3. The judge, being frightened by the dragon's voice,
hoped that Balbus would come. 4. The happy girl, having heard a dragon, is coming
here to see you. 5. The good soldiers, being conquered by my army, said
they should walk to Rome. 6. Do you think the terrible bodies of the ugly dragons have been brought here to be seen by you
7. Having seen my soldiers, Balbus hoped that his
enemies would all be conquered. 8. Did
you think that the girls seen by Balbus would be frightened ?
1. Having heard the lions' voices, Balbus's sister ran to
the king's camp. 2. My armies, having conquered your cavalry, returned
to my camp. 3. The boys, being frightened at the dragon, hoped to
avoid the lions' bodies. 4. My sisters, having seen the terrible lions, had walked
to the walls of Rome. 5. The Gauls, being conquered by Cæsar's armies, hoped
to conquer my cavalry. 6. Having finished the difficult work, we all said we
should walk to the city. 7. Balbus, having collected his forces, was hoping to
defeat Cæsar. 8. Being put to flight by Cæsar's cavalry, our men were
advised to return to the camp.
1. I believe Balbus said that he was returning to Rome,
having conquered his enemies. 2. Caius and I, being asked to return here, hoped to see
3. My sister's son, having promised to give me his horse,
asked me to give him my books,
4. Did you know that we, having bought a horse, were
hoping to avoid the robber? 5. I was well aware that you, being advised to write a
letter, had returned to Rome. 6. Portia and I, having walked to Rome, said we had been seen by you and
sister. 7. Do you think that my sisters, being frightened at the
dragons' voices, ran to the good husbandman's
garden? 8. Our sisters' husbands, having said that they did not
believe Balbus, were expecting to be blamed.
21. J. 1. Being frightened at your voice, my sister was hoping
to avoid you.
2. Having heard the robbers' voices, we said we should
walk to your camp. 3. Portia, having given me a flower, promised to give
her brother a dragon. 4. Having been aware that you were coming, I was
hoping that Balbus would come to see you. 5. Did you and your sisters suppose that Balbus, having
come here, expected to be conquered ? 6. You and I, having been brought here, have been
advised not to return to our camp. 7. I believe that Caius, being asked to hold a dragon,
said he should walk to the city to see the judges. 8. I have been brought here to say that Balbus, having
conquered Cæsar, is returning to his army.
EXERCISES No. 22.
22. A. 1. This husbandman, having seen a lion, ran to the
gates of that city. 2. These boys, being seen by the judges, said they
would walk to this house. 3. Those girls' brothers, having walked to this city,
bought these horses. 4. That robber's sister, being frightened by these boys,
had run to those kings. 5. These queens say that they have been frightened by
this boy's sisters. 6. This girl says that that robber is the brother of this
judge. 7. These boys thought that those girls would be heard. 8. That judge had said that these flowers had been
given to this boy.
1. These boys say that those girls were foolish. 2. Those soldiers had expected that these Gauls would
be conquered. 3. This boy's father said that he had seen that girl. 4. We promised to give arms to this cavalry and that
army. 5. These girls, being seen by that husbandman, ran to 6. These queens' brothers promised to give these
flowers to those boys. 7. I believe that this boy was praised by that girl's
brothers. 8. This girl, having written that letter, advised me to
walk to Rome.
1. The girls who saw you are the sisters of the boy
that I saw. 2. The boy, whose brothers we saw, had avoided these
dragons that you see. 3. I believe that the girl you saw is the sister of this
boy whom we see. 4. The robber, to whom we were giving our horses,
had frightened these boys and those girls. 5. The husbandman that you see was frightened by
6. The girls, whose brothers came here, expected to be
7. The queen, whose sons were coming here, said that
she should walk to this city. 8. My sis that you saw said that these were the
Gauls by whom Balbus was conquered.
1. This husbandman that you see is the brother of the
judge whose son saw you. 2. These girls, whose brother we saw, having walked
here, bought these flowers.