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Latin Book One Adverbs, Prepositions, Conjunctions

Complete set of prepositions, adverbs, and conjunctions from Latin Book One.
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nōn
not
et
and
sed
but
cūr
why
quoque
also
saepe
often
bene
well
cum
with
ē, ex
from, out of
ibi
there, in that place
in (prep. with ablative or accusative)
in, on (ablative); into (accusative)
nunc
now
noctū
at night
cum
when
hīc
here
ubi
where, when
vesperī
in the evening
ita
so, thus, yes
minimē
by no means, no
nōnne
a word to introduce a question, implying an answer
aestāte
in summer
diū
for a long time
hieme
in winter
domī
at home
tum
then, at that time
hodiē
today
aut
or
satis
enough, sufficiently
ā, ab (prep. with ablative)
by
male
badly
ante (prep. with accusative)
before, in front of
per (prep. with accusative)
through
post (prep. with accusative
behind, after
trāns (prep. with accusative)
across
propter (prep. with accusative)
on account of
nam
for
iterum
again
neque
nor, and not
quam
how, as, than
sine (prep. with ablative)
without
fortiter
bravely
prō (prep. with ablative)
for, on behalf of, before
inter (prep. with accusative)
between, among
longē
far, at a distance
ācriter
vigorously, fiercely
ōlim
formerly, once upon a time
quamquam
although
undique
on all sides
mox
soon
herī
yesterday
semper
always
igitur
therefore
statim
at once
facile
easily
etiam
even, also
sīc
thus
hūc
to this place, hither
crās
tomorrow
dē (prep. with ablative)
down from, concerning
procul
at a distance
magnopere
greatly, very much
circum (prep. with accusative)
around
ulterior
farther
nōn solum...sed etiam
not only.....but also...
sub (prep. with accusative or ablative)
under
jam
now, already
nisi
unless
umquam
never
if
posteā
afterwards
celeriter
quickly
quot
how many
neque....neque...
neither, nor
sērō
late, too late
tamen
still, nevertheless
tandem
at length
prīmā lūce
at daybreak
enim
for (never first in a clause)
paene
almost
magis
more
tūtō
safely
numquam
never
dēnique
finally
deinde
next
aut...aut
either....or
lentē
slowly
rēctē
rightly
rēctā
directly
aegrē
with difficulty
inde
from there
tam
so
male
badly
quidem
indeed, certainly
quo
whither
jam
now
vērō
indeed
jam prīdem
long ago, for a long time
vehementer
violently, strongly
unde
from where