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XACE Latin - Cycle 3

XACE Latin Stack #141442

QuestionAnswer
in apud per sine in with through without
et ut sed and that but
hic/hoc,ipso/ipsum,cui,quod,eam,illum this, him, whose, that, it, him
erat, est, sunt, venit, perhiberent, crederent was, is, are, came, bear, believe
factum, missus, conprehenderunt, lucet, fuit made, sent, comprehended, shines, there, was
verbum Deus, Deum, Deo principio omnia nihil word God beginning all nothing
vita, lux, homo/hominem, nomen life, light, man, name
testimonium, lumine, Iohannes,tenebris/tenebrae witness, light, John, darkness
Latin verbs have different endings called conjugations.
Latin has no translation for articles - a, an, the
Latin nouns and pronouns have different endings called declensions.
In the beginning was the Word In principio erat Verbum.
and the Word was with God and the Word was God. Verbum erat apud Deum et Deus erat Verbum.
The same was with God in the beginning. hoc erat in principio apud Deum
All things were made through Him omnia per ipsum facta sunt,
without him nothing was made. et sine ipso factum est nihil.
In Him was life,and that life was the light of men. in ipso vita erat et vita erat lux hominum.
the light shineth in the darkness lux in tenebris lucet
the darkness did not understand it. tenebrae eam non conprehenderunt.
There came a man sent by God Fuit homo missus a Deo
whose name was John. cui nomen erat Iohannes.
He came in witness Hic venit in testimonium
to bear witness of the light ut testimonium perhiberet de lumine
that all men through him might believe. Ut omnes crederent per illum.
Created by: JudyA