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Southmoore--W1-5M

Southmoore--Wheelock 1-5 Misc.

QuestionAnswer
antiquus, a, um old, ancient
magnus, a, um large, great
meus, a, um my, mine
multus, a, um many, much
tuus, a, um your
avarus, a, um greedy
pauci, ae, a few
Romanus, a, um Roman
bellus, a, um pretty, handsome, charming
bonus, a, um good
humanus, a, um human, kind, humane, civilized
malus, a , um bad, evil
parvus, a, um small
stultus, a, um foolish
verus, a, um true
liber, a, um free
noster, nostra, nostrum our
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum beautiful
sanus, a, um sane
non not
saepe often
hodie today
semper always
cras tomorrow
heri yesterday
quando when
satis enough
tum then
si if
et and
et…et both...and
sed but
O O
igitur therefore
Word + ne asking a yes/no question
sine without
de about; down from
in in, on, into
propter on account of
Created by: southmoore