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Latin - Chp 1-7

SALT - Latin Chapters 1-7

Ecce! Look!
habitat he/she lives he/she is living he/she does live
vīlla vīlla rūstica country house country house and farm
laeta ('lī-ta') happy
altera second, another
scrībit he/she writes he/she is writing he/she does write
quis Who…?
puella girl
etiam also
ubi where
quod because
vīcīna ('wee-KEE-nuh') neighboring
sub arbore under a tree
legit he/she reads he/she is reading he/she does read
nomine by name, named
quae ('quī') who (f.)
aestāte in summer
iam ('yahm') now
dum while
sedet he/she sits he/she is sitting he/she does sit
et and
quoque also
sed but
ambulant he/she walks he/she is walking he/she does walk
strēnua active
ex agrīs from the fields
eius her
Quid faciunt…? What are (they) doing? What do … do?
sunt (they) are
in agrīs in the fields
brevī tempore in a brief time
currit he/she runs he/she is running he/she does run
ad vīllam rūsticam to the country house
saepe often
Cur…? Why…?
amīcae friends
hodiē today
dēfessa tired
tandem at last
lentē slowly
nōn iam not yet
Quid facit…? What is (he/she) doing? What does … do?
puer boy
īrātus angry
quī who (masc.)
abīte, molestī Go away, pests
eādem the same
ita vērō it is true
in hortō in the garden
clāmant they shout they are shouting
subitō suddenly
rīdent they laugh they are laughing
gemit he/she groans he/she is groaning he/she does groan
vir man
servus slave
"-ne" after the first word in a "yes" or "no" question
multī many, much
cadit he/she/it falls
in vīllīs rūsticīs in the country house and farm
minimē! no!
labōrant they work they are working
sōlus alone
in piscinam into the fishpond
molestus annoying, bothersome
semper always
vexat he/she annoys
igitur therefore
amat he/she likes, loves
dormit he/she sleeps
cōnspicit he/she catches sight of
fragor crash, noise
Quālis…? What sort of…?
fūrtim stealthily, sneakily
appropinquat he/she approaces
ascendit he/she climbs up
magnus magnā vōce big, great in a loud voice
audit he/she hears
videt he/she sees
vōx voice
īnfirmus weak, shaky
Quō…? Where…to?
terret he/she/it frightens
sollicita worried, anxious
tum at that moment, then
Dēscende, Sexte Climb down, Sextus
you (subject)
nihil nothing
you (direct object)
Cavē Be careful
rāmus branch (of a tree)
diēs day
calidus warm
in silvam into the woods
ibi there
rīvus stream
frīgidus cold, cool
errant they wander they are wandering
prope near
Quem…? Whom…?
ego I
vōlō I wish, want
vult he/she wishes
ignāvus cowardly, lazy
respondet he/she replies
neque ... neque ... neither…nor…
temerārius reckless, rash, bold
lupus wolf
perterritus frightened, terrified
statim immediately
Ferte auxilium! Bring help!
adveniunt they arrive (at)
nōlō I do not wish, want
parās you prepare, get ready
es you (sing.) are
ubi where, when
clāmor shout
ad puellās to/toward the girls
eōs them
eum him
petit he/she seeks, looks for
arripit he/she seizes, grabs
repellit he/she drives off
ē silvā from the woods
salvae safe
potest he/she is able
exīre to go out
venit he/she comes
nōndum not yet
lūcet it is light, it is day
surgit he/she gets up, rises
per vīllam through the country house
pater father
māter mother
etiam also, even
neque and … not
omnēs all, everything, everyone
observat he/she watches
cibus food
coquere to cook
mox soon, presently
strēnuē strenuously, hard (adv.)
aqua water
portant they carry
toga praetexta magisterial toga (worn by Roman government officials and their sons)
cūrāre to care for
adiuvāre to help
nunc now
necesse est it is necessary
reprehendit he/she scolds, blames
docet he/she teaches
tamen however
ancilla slave woman, maid
toga toga (worn only by Roman citizens)
occupātus busy
labōrantēs working
spectant he/she watches, looks at
nūntius messenger
venit he/she comes
salūtat he/she greets
Salvē! Greetings! Hello!
inquit he/she says
meus my
dūcit he/she leads
trādit he/she hands over
princeps emperor
Ēheu! Oh no! Alas!
Quōs…? Whom…? (plural)
revocat he/she recalls
cōnsolere to consult
redīre to return, go back
īre to go
Eugepae! Hurray!
ad urbem to the city
Created by: Imasingingal