Latin Chapter 4

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troublesome, annoying

molestus

adv., always

semper

(he/she) annoys

vexat

conj., therefore

igitur

(he/she) likes, loves

amat

(he/she) sleeps

dormit

(he/she) catches sight of

cōnspicit

adv., stealthily

fūrtim

(he/she) approaches

appropinquat

(he/she) climbs

ascendit

big, great

magnus

in a loud voice

magnā vōce

(he/she) hears, listens to

audit

(he/she) sees

videt

(a/the) voice

vōx

(he/she/it) frightens

terret

anxious, worried

sollicita

adv., at that moment, then

tum

Come down, Sextus!

Dēscende, Sexte!

you (subject)

nothing

nihil

you (direct object)

Be careful!

Cavē!

(a/the) branch

rāmus

weak, shaky

īnfirmus

(a/the) crash, noise

fragor

What sort of...?

Quālis...?

Where... to?

Quō...?

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