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Magistra Ebert

Chapter 4 Sentences

He is a troublesome boy. Est puer molestus.
He always annoys Cornelia. Semper Corneliam vexat.
Today Cornelia is sleeping under the tree. Hodie sub arbore Cornelia dormit.
She does not like Sextus. Sextum non amat.
She does not see Sextus. Sextum non videt.
She does not hear Sextus. Sextum non audit.
She is anxious. Sollicita est.
He is anxious. Sollicitus est.
Nothing frightens you. Nihil te terret.
Nothing frightens me. Nihil me terret.
He climbs the tree. Arborem ascendit.
He is shouting in a loud voice. Magna voce clamat.
Sextus is not laughing. Non ridet Sextus.
Sextus is not sleeping. Sextus non dormit.
What frightens you? Quid te terret?
Who frightens me? Quis me terret?
Who frightens Cornelia? Quis Corneliam terret?
What frightens Sextus? Quid Sextum terret?
Who climbs the tree? Quis arborem ascendit?
Who hears the voice? Quis vocem audit?
Who hears the noise? Quis fragorem audit?
Cornelia hears a loud noise. Cornelia magnum fragorem audit.
The branches are weak. Rami sunt infirmi.
Come down, Sextus! Descende, Sexte!
He is running to the tree. Ad arborem currit.
The loud noise scares Cornelia. Magna vox Corneliam terret.
Sextus is catching sight of the girl. Sextus puellam conspicit.
They laugh. Rident.
Created by: ebert.irina