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hahah finally someone else who does latin!! ngl I'm freaking out a lil bit because although I think the language papers will be fine, it's learning the set texts that are really getting to me :0
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Yeah I do Latin. We have to do the Aeneid Book 1, Messalina, and Ummidia Quadratilla.
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Just learn the translation and style, nothing else really needed
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Yea we do exactly the same, just learnt Vergil last night - took forever 🙄
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We're doing Messalina and Ummidia Quadratilla for prose, Catullus and Ovid for verse. Prose isn't too bad to learn for me but verse is so long and boring I think I'm okay for language 1 but language 2 is a lot harder :/
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Ah sooo nervous for latin. Any tips anyone?
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Does anyone have any idea what questions could come up for the 8 markers? (doing Aeneid 1. for verse, Messalina and Ummidia Quadratilla for verse). I'm basically trying to make a mind map of all the important points for each one but I can't think of possible questions.
Aeneid:
How are god depicted?
How is Aeneas' good leadership shown?
[Need some more here]

Messalina:
How is tacitus a good story teller?
How is Messalina characterised?
How is Claudius characterised?
Ummidia Quadratilla:
How is Quadratus/Quadratilla characterised?
What moral values does Pliny show in the text?
Does anyone have any more suggestions who does the texts?
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(Original post by pal04)
Does anyone have any idea what questions could come up for the 8 markers? (doing Aeneid 1. for verse, Messalina and Ummidia Quadratilla for verse). I'm basically trying to make a mind map of all the important points for each one but I can't think of possible questions.
Aeneid:
How are god depicted?
How is Aeneas' good leadership shown?
[Need some more here]

Messalina:
How is tacitus a good story teller?
How is Messalina characterised?
How is Claudius characterised?
Ummidia Quadratilla:
How is Quadratus/Quadratilla characterised?
What moral values does Pliny show in the text?
Does anyone have any more suggestions who does the texts?
How would I answer the question "How are gods depicted?"

Other questions for Virgil could be "How is Aeneas shown to be a good leader?" and "How are the gods made anthropomorphic?"
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