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Henle Latin 2

HL2, Lesson 3

pācō, pācāre, pācāvī, pācātus (1st, tr.) pacify
incolō, incolere, incoluī (3rd, tr.) inhabit, dwell in
capiō, capere, cēpī, captus (3rd, tr.) take, capture
cōnsilium capere to make a plan
faciō, facere, fēcī, factus (3rd, tr.) do, make
iter facere to march, to make a journey
fugiō, fugere, fūgī, fugitūrus (3rd, intr.) flee
cupīo, cupere, cupīvī, cupītus (3rd tr.) desire
jacio, jacere, jēcī, jactus (3rd, tr.) throw, hurl
-ne particle used in asking questions. Added to emphatic word -- generally to the verb -- and put first in the sentence
num word used in asking questions when the answer "no" is expected
nōnne word used in asking questions when the answer "yes" is expected (generally first in its clause
quis, quid (pron.) who, what
ubi (adv.) where
Created by: mrsquek