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Visual Latin L20

Visual Latin 1 - Lesson 20

is he
eius (masc and neuter) his or its
ei (masc and neuter) to him or it
eum him
eo by him or it
ei (ii) they (masc)
eorum their (masc and neuter)
eis (iis) (dat) to them
eos them (masc)
eis (iis) (abl) by them
ea (nom) she
eius (fem) hers
ei (fem) to her
eam her
ea (abl) by her
eae they (feminine)
earum their (feminine)
eas them (feminine)
id it
ea (nom) they (neuter)
ea (acc) them (neuter)
adit he, she, it goes toward
autem but, however
captivus, i (m) captive
ibi there
inimicus, i (m) enemy
libero, liberare to set free
moveo, movere to move
nimius, nimia, nimium excessive
oppugno, oppugnare to attack
postquam after, after that
revenio, revenire to return
vinco, vincere to conquer
post after
mox soon
liber, libera, liberum free
nimis too, too much
et... et both... and
expugno, expugnare to assault