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Dr. P Midterm 2012

vocab, declensions, cases, conjugations, noun/adj agreements, preps, mood, etc.

Ecce! Look!
Puella, Puella, f (a,the) girl
nomine named, by name
quae who
Habito, habitare to live
etiam also
villa, villae, f villa
villa rustica country house and farm
ubi where
laetus, a, um happy
quod because
iam now
arbor, arboris,f tree
sedeo, sedere to sit
et and
legeo, legere to read
alter, a, um another
vicinus, a, um neighboring
dum while
scribeo, scribere to write
quoque also
sunt (they) are
amica, amicae, f friend
hodie today
sed but
ager, agri, m field
ambulo, ambulare to walk
brevi tempore soon, in a short time
defessus, a, um tired
non iam no longer
strenuus, a, um active, energetic
curreo, currere to run
tandem at last
lente slowly
puer, pueri, m boy
qui who
hortus, horti, m garden
clameo, clamare to shout
rideo, ridere to laugh
vir, viri, m man
servus, servi slave
mutlus, a, um many, multiple
laboro, laborare to work
solus, a, um alone
iratus, a, um angry
subito suddenly
cadeo, cadere to fall
molestus, a, um annoying, troublesome
semper always
vexeo, vexare to annoy
igitur therefore
amo, amare to love, to like
dormio, dormire to sleep
conspicio, conspicere to catch sight of
furtim stealthily
appropinquo, appropinquare to approach
ascendo, ascendere to climb
magnus, a, um
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