# 3.7: §24. Chapter 3- Exercises

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1. Underline the base of these nouns (e.g., FAMA; ORIGO, ORIGINIS):

MILES, MILITIS; MANUS; LEX, LEGIS; LUMEN, LUMINIS; SPECIES; ONUS, ONERIS; SINUS.

2. By underlining, identify the Latin noun base within the following English words (e.g., INFORMALITY):

REGICIDE, DECAPITATION, EXTEMPORANEOUS, SERIAL, MORTIFY, COLLABORATE, ABOMINATION.

3. Identify each of the following Latin nouns by DECLENSION, and give its BASE and ORIGINAL LATIN MEANING:

 Latin noun Declension Base Meaning e.g. corpus 3 corpor- body a. signum _______ ______________ _______________ b. forma _______ ______________ _______________ c. radius _______ ______________ _______________ d. labor _______ ______________ _______________ e. opus _______ ______________ _______________ f. gradus _______ ______________ _______________ g. modus _______ ______________ _______________ h. via _______ ______________ _______________ i. species _______ ______________ _______________ j. ars _______ ______________ _______________

4. For each of the following English words, find an English doublet—if possible, one that more closely resembles the Latin source-word:

 a. parson _______________ d. dish _______________ b. gender _______________ e. chef _______________ c. ray _______________ f. sprite _______________

For Key to Exercises (Latin), see Appendix I.

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