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Study Guide for National Classical Etymology Exam: Latin Verbs and their Derivatives

accidō (happen) q.v. cadō accūsō (accuse / blame) q.v. causa aedificō (build) q.v. aedēs agō (do / drive / act) act, actor, action, active, activity, actual, actuate, agency, agent, agile, agility, agitate, agitation, agitator, ambiguity, ambiguous, assay, circumnavigate, coagulate, coagulation, cogency, cogent, cogitate, cogitation, counteract, enact, enactment, essay, exact, exaction, exactitude, exactly, examination, examine, exigency, […]

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Jacks Latin Final A

scrīpsī I wrote (I have written) scrīpsistī you (singular) wrote (you have written) scrīpsit he/she/it wrote (has written) scrīpsimus we wrote (we have written) scrīpsistis you (plural) wrote (you have written) scrīpsērunt they wrote (they have written) feci i made fecisti you made fecit he made fecimus we made fecistis you made fecerunt they made […]

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World Cultures 6th Grade Latin America

demography the study of population cultural diffusion The spread of ideas, customs, and technologies from one people to another Columbian Exchange The exchange of goods and ideas between Native Americans and Europeans deforestation the removal of trees renewable resources Natural resources that can be replaced. non-renewable resources a resource that cannot be reused or replaced […]

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Tense Signs – Latin 1

Which is NOT future tense? ba Correct tense for ‘ba’? imperfect Correct tense for era? pluperfect Correct tense for eri? future perfect If there isnt a tense sign, the verb is either present or perfect Era had Ba used to Eri will have Bi, E will If there isn’t a tense sign, determine the tense […]

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MUST know basics for Latin 3 NLE

making adverbs from adjectives: comparative add -ius to positive stem, so ‘celer’ turns to ‘celerius’ = more swiftly making adverbs from adjectives: superlative -issimus -a -um changes to -issime Nominative: predicate nominative with passive verbs Augustus appellatur imperator = Augustus IS NAMED emperor, which is yet another way to rock that same old predicate nominative […]

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Spanish Numbers 1-31

uno 1 dos 2 tres 3 cuatro 4 cinco 5 seis 6 siete 7 ocho 8 nueve 9 diaz 10 once 11 doce 12 trece 13 catorce 14 quince 15 dieciseis 16 diecisiete 17 dieciocho 18 diecinueve 19 viente 20 vientiuno 21 vientidos 22 vientitres 23 vienticuatro 24 vienticinco 25 vientiseis 26 vientisiete 27 vientiocho […]

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Spanish Frequency Words

siempre always (right before verb) nunca never (right before verb) rara vez rarely (right before verb) mucho often (right after verb) poco a little (right after verb) a veces sometimes (very beginning or very end of sentence) todos las días every day (very beginning or very end of sentence) de vez en cuando once and […]

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Spanish numbers 20-30

Viente 20 Vientiuno 21 Vientidos 22 Vientitres 23 Vienticuatro 24 Vienticinco 25 Vientiséis 26 Vientisiete 27 Vientiocho 28 Vientinueve 29 Treinta 30

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EIM 3 friendship vocabulary

an old friend старый друг a close friend близкий друг to make friends Get new friends that’s what friends are for для этого и нужны друзья to hit it off (with someone) like someone instantly mate (noun) друг, приятель ally союзник, соратник acquaintance знакомый to let down подвести, разочаровать to get on well хорошо ладить […]

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Spanish Numbers (by tens)

diez 10 veinte 20 treinta 30 cuarenta 40 cincuenta 50 seisenta 60 setenta 70 ochenta 80 noventa 90 cien 100

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IB learner profile terms in Spanish

inquirers Indagadores Knowledgeable Informados e instruidos thinkers pensadores communicators buenos comunicadores principled integros open-minded de mentalidad abierta caring solidarios Risk-takers Audaces Balanced equilibrados reflective reflexivos

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American Football Terms in Spanish

blitz la carga block (noun) la bloqueada block (verb) bloquear bye (adjective) de descanso bye week semana libre center el centro cheerleader la animadora cleat el taco de la bota clipping una bloqueada ilegal por atrás coach el entrenador cornerback el esquinero corner la esquina field la cancha dead ball pelota muerta dead ball balón […]

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Spanish Numbers 11-31

11 once 12 doce 13 trece 14 catorce 15 quince 16 dieciseis 17 diecisiete 18 dieciocho 19 diecinueve 20 veinte 21 veintiuno 22 veintidos 23 veintitres 24 veinticuatro 25 veinticinco 26 veintiseis 27 veintisiete 28 veintiocho 29 veintinueve 30 treinta 31 treitauno

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Spanish items in a school bag.

un boligrafo a pen un cuaderno an exercise book un libro a book un monedero a purse un diccinoario a dictionary un lápiz a pencil un estuche a pencil case un móvil a mobile phone un sacapuntas a pencil sharpener una agenda a diary una calculadora a calculator una goma a rubber una mochila a […]

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Spanish Class Periods

Primero hora First period Segunda hora Second period Tercero hora Third period Quarto hora Fourth period Quinto hora Fifth period Sexto hora Sixth period Septimo hora Seventh period Octavo hora Eighth period Noveno hora Ninth period Decimo hora Tenth period

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Spanish 3 Friendship Vocabulary Test Questions

amable kind cariñoso loving/affectionate celoso jealous chismoso gossipy comprensivo understanding considerado considerate egoísta selfish entrometido meddlesome, interfering honesto honest intimo intimate sincero sincere vanidoso wain, conceited la amistad friendship la armonía harmony el comportamiento behavior la confianza trust el conflicto conflict la cualidad quality la explicación explanation el malentendido misunderstanding la pelea fight el secreto […]

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Spanish 2; Chapter 5 Vocabulary

querer (e-ie) to want empezar (e-ie) / comenzar (e-ie) to start or begin preferir (e-ie) to prefer perder (e-ie) to lose volver (o-ue) to return (person) pensar (e-ie) to think poder (o-ue)_ to be able to/can jugar (u-ue) to play (sports and games) dormir (o-ue) to sleep devolver (o-ue) to return (an object) los deportes […]

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Spanish numbers 20-31

twenty veinte twenty one veintiuno twenty two veintidos twenty three veintitrés twenty four veinticuatro twenty five veinticinco twenty six veintiséis twenty seven veintisiete twenty eight veintiocho twenty nine veintinueve thirty treinta thirty one treinta y uno

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spanish numbers 10- 100

ten diez twenty veinte thirty treinta fourty cuarenta fifty cincuenta sixty sesenta seventy setenta eighty ochenta ninty noventa one hundred cien

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Spanish Life

A castel converted into a hotel Whats a parador? Speedy Gonzalez Who is the fastest mouse in all of mexico Salud The expression someone uses when someone sneezes? January 6th When do spanish children recieve thier christmas gifts? Ocho dias How do you say “a week from today” in spanish? First floor If you enter […]

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Spanish Medical Vocabulary

forehead frente skull cráneo nipple pezón belly button ombligo pubis pubis groin ingle chest pecho armpit axila neck cuello elbow codo forearm antebrazo wrist muñeca thigh muslo calf pantorilla buttock nalga / trasero chin mentón vulva vulva bladder vejiga prostate próstata testicle testículo anus ano rectum recto uterus útero clitoris clítoris vagina vagina cervix of […]

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