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Oxford Latin Chapter 44 Vocabulary

i sing (of) canto, cantare i lack, am without careo, carere, carui + abl i turn aside averto, avertere, averti, aversum i run this way and that discurro, discurrere, discurri, discursum i turn back reverto, revertere, reverti, reversum i return revertor, reverti, reversus sum i accompany comitor, comitari, comitatus sum influence, authority auctoritas, auctoritatis rain […]

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Oxford Latin Course Part II Chapter 19 Vocabulary

ago, agere, egi I do, I drive claudo, claudere, clausi I shut aperio, aperire, aperui I open apertus, -a, -um open altus, -a, -um high invitus, -a, -um unwilling confectus, -a, -um finished medius, -a, -um middle sacer, sacra, sacrum sacred vacuus, -a, -um empty difficilis, difficile difficult aedificium, -i (n.) building vestimenta, -orum (n.) […]

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Oxford Latin Course: College Edition (Readings and Vocabulary) Chapter 14, Vocabulary 14B

nūntiō, āre, nūntiāuī I announce prōnūntiō I proclaim ēdō, ere, ēdidī I give out, proclaim fīo, fierī I became, am made praetereō, īre, praeteriī I go past, pass mora, ae, f. delay spectāculum, ī, n. spectacle, show caput, capitis, n. head genus, generis, n. kind, type, race, birth legiō, legiōnis, f. legion mulier, mulieris, f. […]

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Oxford Latin Course Chapter 17 Vocab

sum, esse, eram, fuī I am superō, superāre, superāvi I overcome discēdō, discēdere, discessī I go away, depart legō, legere, lēgī I read crēdō, crēdere, crēdidī (dat) I believe, trust prōmittō, prōmittere, prōmīsī I promise efficiō, efficere, effēcī I effect, carry out hōra, -ae (f.) hour pecūnia, -ae (f.) money dīvitiae, -ārum (f. pl.) riches […]

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Latin America Vocabulary Questions And Answers

pampas temperate grasslands in Argentina llanos tropical grasslands located in Columbia and Venezuela vertical zonation when different vegetation grow at different elevations NAFTA-North American Free Trade Agreement A trade agreement between the U.S., Mexico and Canada that eliminates tariffs between the countries Inca a native group that lived in the mountains of Peru and Chili […]

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Oxford Latin Course Part II: Chapter 18 Vocab

absum,abesse, afui + abl. I am away from disco, discere, didici I learn fleo, flēre, flevi I weep ineo, inīre, inii I enter, begin transeo, transīre, transii I cross studeo, studēre, studui + dat. I study valere iubeo I bid goodbye to vendo, vendere, vendidi I sell conspicio, conspicere, conspexi I catch sight of longus, […]

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Oxford Latin Course Chapter 25 Vocabulary

luceo, lucere, luxi I shine sumo, sumere, sumpsi I take up; I put on diligentia, -ae feminine care, diligence litterae, -arum feminine plural letters, literature campus, -i masculine plain, field facilitas, facilitatis feminine ease, facility lex, legis feminine law multitudo, multitudinis feminine multitude, crowd ius, iuris neuter right, justice tumultus, tumultus masculine riot, uproar brevis, […]

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Latin America Vocabulary Definitions

pampas temperate grassland located in Argentina llanos tropical grassland located in Colombia and Venezuela vertical zonation when different vegetation grows at different elevations NAFTA trade agreement between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada Inca native group that lived in Peru and Chile Maya native group that built large cities with pyramids in Mexico, Belize, and Guatemala […]

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Oxford Latin Course: College Edition (Readings and Vocabulary) Chapter 10, Vocabulary 10B

superō, -āre, superāuī v. I overcome temptō, -āre, temptāuī v. I try addō, -ere, addidī v. I add legō, -ere, lēgī v. I read supersum, -esse, -fuī v. I am left, I survive facilis, facile adj. easy numerus, -ī, m. n. number tandem adv. at last

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Latin: Grammar Notes, Lexical Entry

Lexical Entry dictionary format for every word in the Latin language Lexical Entry: Nouns Nominative Singular, Genitive Singular, Gender, English definition Nominative Singular Form standard form of a word. used as the subject of the sentence. Genitive Singular Form where we get the STEM of a noun. we add all endings onto this stem. Gender […]

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Oxford Latin Chapter 26 Vocab

I burn ardeo, ardere, arsi it happens accidit, accidere, accidit I strike ferio, ferire I arrive pervenio, pervenire, perveni surely not num? enough satis in front of pro cause causa, -ae, f sword gladius, -i, m tyrant tyrannus, -i, m. theater theatrum, -i, n part pars, partis, f fear timor, timoris, m head caput, capitis, […]

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6th Grade Latin America Map Quiz Review

Gulf of Mexico Caribbean Sea Atlantic Ocean Pacific Ocean Colombia Venezuela Suriname Ecuador Peru Brazil Bolivia Paraguay Chile Argentina Uruguay Central America Mexico Cuba Guatemala El Salvador Belize Honduras Nicaragua Costa Rica Panama

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Oxford Latin Course: College Edition (Readings and Vocabulary) Chapter 25, Vocabulary 25

litterae, -ārum, f. pl. n. letters, literature eques, equitis, m. n. horseman, knight familiāris, -is, c. n. friend honor, honōris, m. n. honor, office pectus, pectoris, n. n. breast, heart, soul pudor, pudōris, m. n. shame, modesty dignus, -a, -um (+abl) adj. worthy (of) indignus, -a, -um (+abl) adj. unworthy (of) dīues, dīuitis adj. rich […]

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Oxford Latin Course, Part I, Chapter 14 Vocabulary

exerceō, exercēre I exercise, I train canō, canēre I sing contendō, contendēre I hasten gerō, gerēre I wear eō (to) there hodiē today posteā afterwards is, ea, id he, she, it; that quīdam, quaedam, quoddam a certain, a familia, familiae family, 1, f glōria, gloriae glory, 1, f locus, locī place, 2, m populus, populī […]

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Cambridge Latin Course Stage 20 Vocabulary Checklist

adeo go up to, approach arcesso summon, send for ars art auris ear colloco place, put crudelis cruel denique at last, finally despero despair doctus learned, clever domus home infero bring in, bring on irrumpo burst in latus wide libero free, set free luna moon mors death oculus eye persuadeo persuade pessimus very bad, worst […]

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Latin Stage 11 Culture

When were elections in Pompeii held? At the end of March How did people react to the elections? With great interest and energy Who were fautores? Supporters of the candidates What were the main ways to advertise for a candidate? Slogans, processions and speeches by the candidates What offices did candidates run for annually? The […]

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Cambridge Latin Course Stage 7 Vocabulary derivatives

cēnat: cēnāvit … centuriō, centuriōnis, m. centurion cōnspicit: cōnspexit catches sight of conspicuous cum … facit: fēcit makes, does Manufacture heri … ingēns: ingentem … intellegit: intellēxit … lacrimat: lacramāvit … mortuus, mortua, mortuum mortuary nārrat: nārrāvit narrate necat: necāvit … nihil nothing annihilate omnis all Omnivorous parat: parāvit prepares prepare pestis: pestem pest pōculum, […]

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Latin Grammatical Constructions

Caesar erat imperator Construction: Predicate nominative Translation: Caesar was general Clues: Verbs like be, is, seem, become Multos annos Construction: Accusative of duration of time Translation: For many years Clues: For + amount of time Venit Romam Construction: Accusative of place to which Translation: He came to Rome Clues: …to Altior Construction: Comparative adjective Translation: […]

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latin 8.9 Gladiatoral Shows

What was one of the most popular Roman entertainment? Shows where gladiators fought each other. Where were gladiator shows held? In an amphitheatre Give a description of the building. large, oval building without a roof. What was the policy on admission fees? free When did the games begin? At dawn What two things happened before […]

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CC cycle 3 Latin Foundations – Week 1-14

in in (also “at” or “on”) apud with per through (also “by”) sine without et and ut that sed but hic or hoc this ipso or ipsum him cui whose quod that eam (accusative) it illum him erat (esse) was (to be – past tense) sunt (esse) are (to be) 3rd pers. pl.present est (esse) […]

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CC Challenge A Henle Latin Grammar Rules

*1. The Alphabet* *The Alphabet.* The Latin Alphabet has no *w* or *y*; otherwise it is the same as the English. *2. Pronunciation: Long/Short Vowels* *Pronunciation.* The Latin letters are pronounced as follows: Vowels: Long ____Vowels: Short *ā* as in father; ___*a* as in facility; *ē* as in they; ____*e* as in get; *ī* as […]

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