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Cambridge Latin Stage 1 -12 Verbs

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sum
to be
laboro
to work
sedeo
to sit
dormio
to sleep
gusto
to taste
intro
to enter
laudo
to praise
saluto
to greet
bibo
to drink
circumspecto
to look around
clamo
to shout
exeo
to go out
exspecto
to wait for
porto
to carry
respondeo
to respond
rideo
to laugh, smile
surgo
to get up, rise
video
to see
ago
to do
negotium ago
todo business, work
coquo
to cook
inquam
to say
quaero
to search for, look for
reddo
to give back
vendo
to sell
voco
to call
adsum
to be here
ambulo
to walk
audio
to hear
contendo
to hurry
curro
to run
fabulam ago
to act in a play
peto
to head for, attack, seek
plaudo
to applaud, clap
specto
to look at, watch
sto
to stand
venio
to come
absum
to be not here, to be absent
emo
to buy
festino
to hurry
pulso
to hit, punch, whack
scribo
to write
supero
to overcome, overpower
vitupero
to find fault with, tell off, curse
ceno
to eat dinner, dine
conspicio
to catch sight of
agito
to hunt, chase
consumo
to eat
duco
to lead
habito
to live (as in location)
incito
to urge on, encourage
postulo
to demand
pugno
to fight
recumbo
to lie down
agnosco
to recognize
celebro
to celebrate
cupio
to want,m desire
do
to give
emitto
to send out, throw out
exerceo
to exercise
fero
to bring, carry
inspicio
to look at, inspect, examine
maneo
to remain, stay
offero
to offer
ostendo
to show
revenio
to come back, return
trado
to hand over
abeo
to go away
accipio
to accept, receive
capio
to take
exclamo
to exclaim
invenio
to find
eo
to go
nuntio
to announce
servo
to save, protect
taceo
to be silent, quiet
convenio
to gather, to meet
credo (+dat)
to believe, trust, have faith in
faveo (+dat)
to favor, support
invito
to invite
placeo (+dat)
to please, to suit
promitto
to promise
rapio
to seize, grab
verbero
to strike, beat
amitto
to lose
compleo
to fill
custodio
to guard
fugio
to run away, flee
iaceo
to lay, lie down
incido
to fall
mitto
to send
sentio
to feel
timeo
to fear, be afraid of