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CCS Latin 1 C18 S2

CCS Latin 1 Chapter 18 Section 2 Vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
legere to read
ending –iter ”-ly” (makes a 3rd Declension ADJ an ADV)
intellegere to understand
scrībere to write
ūnus:new meaning alone
tribus dative/ablative of trēs (3)
Quālis –e? What quality? What sort/kind? (ADJ)
reddere to give back
ending –errimus –a –um very _, most _, -est for “er” ADJs
comparāre to compare
ending –ius (adverbial) more, “-ly” comparative adverb ending (all Decl)
endings –issimē, -errimē very/most “-ly” superlative adverb endings
Latīnē ”Latinly” = “in Latin”
Created by: CCSLatinOne