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Latina Christiana 2

Lesson 9 & 10

QuestionAnswer
periculum, i danger, peril
scutum, i shield
studium, i enthusiasm, zeal, learning
saeculum, i time, period, age, world
Evangelium, i Gospel
mandatum, i command, commandment
principium, i beginning, foundation
angelus, i angel
puer, pueri boy
vir, viri man, husband
2nd Declension nouns ending in -er puer, pueri, puero, puerum, puero pueri, puerorum, pueris, pueros, pueris
Repetito mater studiorum Repetition is the mother of learning
2nd Declension nouns ending in -ir vir, viri, viro, virum, viro viri, virorum, viris, viros, viris
a, ab from, away from (preposition with abl.)
cum with, (preposition with abl.)
de from, down from, (preposition with abl.)
in in, on, (preposition with abl.)
sine without, (preposition with abl.)
in in, into, against, (preposition with acc.)
circum around, about, (preposition with acc.)
ad to, near, toward, (preposition with acc.)
per through, (preposition with acc.)
trans across, (preposition with acc.)
Hannibal ad portas! Hannibal at the gates!
Created by: lkroth