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3. The robbers we gave our horses to, hoped to avoid

this judge that you see. 4. I thought that the kings who had seen Balbus would

be conquered. 5. The voices we heard are said to have frightened this

sad queen.

6. The boy, to whom I gave my books, has been

advised to come here. 7. Caius, having conquered this army, hoped to conquer

these soldiers. 8. You will think that these girls have been frightened

by this lion.

22. E.

1. The girls, whom you had seen, were coming here to

see me.

2. The flowers which you see were given me by your

brothers. 3. The girl, whose father you were praising, is walking

to Rome. 4. The voice which you heard frightened Balbus and

Caius. 5. The girls, whose brother you avoided, were praised

by my son. 6. They say that those boys whom you saw have held

a dragon. 7. The boy, whose wall and dragons you see, is Balbus. 8. The good judges, to whom you gave your horse, are

come to see you.

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22. 1. The girls we saw, having walked to that city, bought

these horses. 2. I believe that this judge promised to give that boy

his horses. 3. Cæsar, having conquered this army, advised us to

return to our camp. 4. These boys' sister, being frightened at that voice,

hoped I should come. 5. The boys who saw us said they were the brothers of

the girl I saw. 6. Do you think that Cæsar, being conquered by these

soldiers, expected to avoid the death he now fears ? 7. Caius and I, having advised those soldiers not to

return to this camp, said that Balbus was being

conquered by this general's army. 8. The husbandmen, whose voices you said you heard,

asked us to come.

22. G.

1. This boy that you see says that these girls saw the

lion's ugly body. 2. These girls say that the boys who came here are their

brothers. 3. The boy, whose father built those walls, is coming

here to see you. 4. The girls whom we saw hoped that these Gauls

would all be conquered. 5. The girls, whose voices you were hearing, had been

brought here by this judge.

6. The boys, whose sister came here, say that they were

frightened by those dragons. 7. The dragons you saw were brought to this camp to

be held by our cavalry. 8. The soldier you and I saw was hoping to conquer

all his enemies.

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1. The boy who saw you is the brother of the girls who

saw us.

2. The dragons you saw were brought here by Balbus

to be given to this army. 3. The lion, whose voice you heard, has been given to

me by that general. 4. This robber, having seen that judge, bought these

dragons which you see. 5. The girls that Balbus saw and avoided had said they

should avoid this dragon. 6. The husbandman to whom I gave this rose is thought

to be foolish. 7. This woman that you see expects that the Gauls we

saw will be conquered. 8. The Gauls, by whom Balbus was conquered, said

they did not love dragons.


23. A.

1. Who are you, and whose son are you? Who are

your brothers ?

2. Who do

you think I am, and what do you think I am going to do? 3. I will ask Balbus who he is and where he is walking. 4. The girls asked me who I was and who my sister


5. I don't know who you are.

Do you know who I

am ?

6. We were asked who we were. We replied that we

were your sisters. 7. Balbus, being asked who he was, answered that he

was my sister's son. 8. Being asked what he was doing, he replied that he

was building a wall, and had held a dragon.

23. B.

1. Who is Balbus ? Whose son is he? What does

he do? 2. They all asked me who Balbus was and what he was

going to do. 3. Balbus's sister asked me who I was. 4. We asked the girls to whom they were going to give 5. They are asking me what I am going to do. 6. Do

their flowers.


know whose wall Balbus is building ? 7. Did you ask us what we were doing ? 8. I asked that boy who is father was ?

23. C. 1. Whose son do you think Balbus is ? I asked him

who his sister was. 2. To whom did you promise to give your books ? 3. I will ask those boys who they are, and what they

are going to do. 4. Your sisters were asking us who we were and what

we were doing. 5. I should have asked the girl you saw, what she had

said to the army. 6. Who do you think this girl is ? and what do you

think she has done ? 7. Having come here to buy a horse, I asked Balbus

what he was doing ? 8. These girls being frightened by that robber, hoped that you

and I would come.

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1. What do you think the girls I saw were going to do?

I 2. I believe that Balbus's happy sons said they didn't

know what Caius and I were saying to this

robber's daughter. 3. The girls you see don't know who I am and what I

have done.

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