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4. Did you know what these soldiers had to do? 5. Who did you think that she had said she was ? 6. The Gauls all knew what you and I were going to
say. 7. I believe that Caius, being frightened by you,
thought we should be conquered. 8. Being asked what we had to do, we said that we had
to return to this camp to see the general of your cavalry.
1. Caius's soldiers, having come here to conquer Balbus,
were conquered and put to flight by our cavalry. 2. I believe that Balbus, having conquered the army of
the Gauls, said he should return to the city of
Rome to write a letter, 3. Do you and Caius know what I and my sister have
to do? 4. We said we did not know what our sisters were going
to say to you. 5. The girls you saw think that
sister was frightened at the lions' voices. 6. Do you think that Cæsar's sons expected that we
should be conquered ? 7. Balbus's sad daughters, having said that they had
heard the dragons, ran to my camp and advised
me to conquer Caius. 8. My sister, being asked who she was and what she
had to do, answered that she was Cæsar's daughter, and that she had to hold big dragons.
1. These girls would have asked you and Balbus what
you were going to do. 2. I don't know what this army has had to do. 3. Who did you expect would do these things ? 4. Don't
you think that she and I expected to be seen? 5. Who said that I had thought that these soldiers were
being conquered ? 6. Who do you suppose this girl thought I was? 7. To whom did you say that you thought I should give
my horse ?
8. Who was the girl that said the Gauls had been
conquered by this cavalry ?
1. Did not this boy's sister promise to give that girl her
books ? 2. We all asked Balbus what his brother had to do. 3. My sister has asked me what I and Caius shall say
to the judge. 4. What did you think that the soldiers had had to do? 5. The girls, whose brother you saw, were thinking
that I was conquering the Gauls. 6. Being asked who they were, and what they were
going to do, the girls said that they were Balbus's daughters, and that they were walking to Rome
to see him. 7. Who do you think that these boys' sister said she
1. Balbus, having said that he should come here,
promised to give us his horses. 2. Caius and the boys you saw, being asked what they
were going to do, replied they were going to
advise the Gauls to conquer. Cæsar. 3. My sister and her son thought that I, being frightened
by the lions' voices, should walk to Rome. 4. Do
you know what this girl's brothers said they had
to do? 5. The girls who saw us, do not know what I shall say
to your sister. 6. I had thought that you and Caius's son were being
conquered by our cavalry. 7. You would have said that the letters must be written
and the walls built. 8. We were asking the girl whose voice you heard,
who she was, and what she had said to this husbandman's little sister,
1. The son of the robber that you saw, said that Balbus,
having conquered all his enemies, was returning
to the camp of this army. We believe that the girls, being frightened at the
terrible dragons' voices, ran to this house. 3. I had been advised to come here to say that the
Gauls were being conquered. 4. My sister and I were sent to this camp to say that
Balbus had conquered the king's armies and was returning to the city of Rome.
5. To whom did you suppose that my sister had
promised to give her flowers ? 6. I expect that the judge will ask me what I have
done. 7. Do you and he know what my sister's son and I
said we were going to do?
25. H. 1. I believe that Balbus, having defeated his enemies,
said he should return to his camp to ask Cæsar
what the soldiers must do. 2. Having asked your sister what she had had to do, I
said I should ask you what you were going to do. 3. Not having heard that you and Portia had been
praised by the judge, we advised our sisters to
ask you what you had done. 4. Being asked who they were and what they had to
do, the soldiers replied that they were Romans, and that they had to return to Rome to be seen
by Cæsar. 5. Cæsar, having hoped to avoid the Gauls, was advising
us not to say that we expected to be conquered. 6. The girls, to whose brother we gave our horse, say
they were asked by our general what they should
do. 7. Who did you expect these girls would say their
brother was ?
25. 1. 1. My brothers, having come here to see me, said that
Cæsar, having conquered the Gauls, was returning to our camp.
Did you know, Lavinius, that my brother, having
defeated our enemies, expected that his soldiers
would be praised ? 3. Having advised my son not to trust the soldiers
whom Balbus had conquered, I asked my sister
what she was going to do ? 4. Cæsar, having conquered the cavalry which had
returned to Rome, was hoping that the soldiers of
the fourth division would avoid your armies. 5. Do not suppose, Balbus and Portia, that I, having
conquered my enemies, am afraid of Caius's
army. 6. I expect that you and I shall be asked what we gave
to this army and to the fourth division.
1. Balbus, being defeated by the cavalry which I had
sent, said that he hoped his soldiers would
return to this camp. 2. We believe that Portia, being asked what she had
done, and what she was going to do, replied that she had built a wall and was going to write
a letter. 3. What did you think that Balbus had been advised
to say he had to do? 4. Do you know that my sister's son, being advised
not to hold Balbus's big dragons, said that he
was not afraid of dragons ? 5. Portia and I have been brought here to say that we
have been advised by the good judges not to trust Cæsar.