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Latin I Unit IA-1

Unit IA Task I Verba

LatinEnglish
ambulō, ambulāre to walk
currō, currere to run
habitō, habitāre to live
legō, legere to read
scribō, scribere to write
sedeō, sedēre to sit
sum, esse to be
alter, -a, -um a second
dēfessus, -a, -um tired
laetus, -a, -um happy
strēnuus, -a, -um active, energetic
vicina, -a, -um neighboring
aestās, aestātis, f. summer
ager, agrī, m. field
amīca, amīcae, f. friend
amīcus, amicī, m. friend
arbor, arboris, f. tree
nōmen, nōminis, n. name
puella, puellae f. girl
vīlla, vīllae f. country house
ad to; toward
ē/ex from; out of
sub under
et and
etiam also
quae who
quod because
quoque also
sed but
brevī tempore in a short time, soon
dum while
hodiē today
iam now, already
lentē slowly
nōn iam no longer
saepe often
tandem at last
ubi where
Created by: magistrafreeman