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Cambridge Latin Course Stage 8
consumit
ducit
eum
facile
eats
takes, leads
him
easily
consumit
eats
ducit
takes, leads
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 4
agit
anulus
coquit
cur?
does
ring
cooks
why?
agit
does
anulus
ring
15 terms
Cambridge Latin Course stage 10
celeriter
cupit
dat
dies
quickly
wants
gives
day
celeriter
quickly
cupit
wants
17 terms
Cambridge Latin Course - Stage 1
est
pater
mater
filius
is
father
mother
son
est
is
pater
father
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 12
amittit
complet
custodit
epistula
loses
fills
guards
letter
amittit
loses
complet
fills
16 terms
Cambridge Latin Course - Stage 2
amicus
ancilla
cena
dominus
friend
slave woman
dinner
master
amicus
friend
ancilla
slave woman
12 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 2
amicus
ancilla
cena
cibus
friend
slave girl
dinner
food
amicus
friend
ancilla
slave girl
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 2
amicus
ancilla
cena
cibus
friend
slave girl, maid
dinner
food
amicus
friend
ancilla
slave girl, maid
12 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 1
canis
coquus
filius
hortus
dog
cook
son
garden
canis
dog
coquus
cook
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 1
canis
est
filius
hortus
dog
is
son
garden
canis
dog
est
is
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 3
ad
bibit
circumspectat
clamat
to
drinks
looks around
shouts
ad
to
bibit
drinks
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 11
capit
civis
convenit
credit
takes
citizen
meets
trusts
capit
takes
civis
citizen
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 9
agnoscit
celeriter
cupit
dat
recognises
quickly
wants
gives
agnoscit
recognises
celeriter
quickly
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 23
administrō, administrāre, administrāvī…
cēdō, cēdere, cessī
commemorō, commermorāre, commemorāvī,…
clārus, clāra, clārum
to manage
to give in, give way, yield
to mention, recall
famous
administrō, administrāre, administrāvī…
to manage
cēdō, cēdere, cessī
to give in, give way, yield
29 terms
Cambridge Latin Course - Stage 13
advenio, advenire, advēni
aedificium, -i, n.
aeger, aegrum
alter, alterum
arrive
building
sick
the other, the second
advenio, advenire, advēni
arrive
aedificium, -i, n.
building
12 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 1
canis
coquus
est
filius
dog
cook
is
son
canis
dog
coquus
cook
24 terms
Cambridge Latin course stage 3
ad
bibit
circumspectat
clamat
to
drinks
looks around
shouts
ad
to
bibit
drinks
14 terms
Cambridge Latin Course, Stage 8
consumit
ducit
eum
facile
eats
takes, leads
him
easily
consumit
eats
ducit
takes, leads
26 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 6
abest
aberat
avārus
bonus
is out, is absent
was out, was absent
miser
good
abest
is out, is absent
aberat
was out, was absent
11 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 15
deleo
delere
delevi
deus
I destroy
to destroy
I destroyed
god
deleo
I destroy
delere
to destroy
12 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 1
canis
coquus
est
filius
dog
cook
is
son
canis
dog
coquus
cook
Cambridge Latin Course: Stage 18
audeo, audēre
caput, capitis, n.
coepi
cognosco, cognoscere, cognovi
dare
head
I began
recognize, get to know
audeo, audēre
dare
caput, capitis, n.
head
24 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 11
capit
civis
convenit
credit
takes
citizen
meets
trusts
capit
takes
civis
citizen
12 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 2
amicus
ancilla
cena
cibus
friend
slave girl
dinner
food
amicus
friend
ancilla
slave girl
12 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 2
amicus
ancilla
cena
cibus
friend
slave girl
dinner
food
amicus
friend
ancilla
slave girl
24 terms
Cambridge Latin course stage 3
ad
bibit
circumspectat
clamat
to
drinks
looks around
shouts
ad
to
bibit
drinks
39 terms
Cambridge Latin Course - Stage 9
agnoscit
agnovit
celebrat
celebravit
recognizes
recognized
celebrates
celebrated
agnoscit
recognizes
agnovit
recognized
40 terms
Cambridge Latin Course - Stage 2
amicus
ancilla
argentarius
cena
friend
maid
banker
dinner
amicus
friend
ancilla
maid
26 terms
Cambridge Latin Course - Stage 12
amitto, amittere, amisi
cinis, cineris, m.
compleo, complēre, complevi
custodio, custodire, custodivi
lose
ash
fill
guard
amitto, amittere, amisi
lose
cinis, cineris, m.
ash
26 terms
Cambridge Latin Course - Stage 14
aliquid
apud + (ACC)
attonitus, -a, -um
aula
something
among
astonished
palace
aliquid
something
apud + (ACC)
among
27 terms
Cambridge Latin Course - Stage 3
ad
bibit
circumspectat
clamat
to
drinks
looks around
shouts
ad
to
bibit
drinks
42 terms
Cambridge Latin Course - Stage 1
est
pater
mater
filius
is
father
mother
son
est
is
pater
father
26 terms
Cambridge Latin Course stage 14
aliquid
apud
attonitus
aula, aulae
something
among, at the house of
astonished
palace
aliquid
something
apud
among, at the house of
26 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 11
convenit: convēnit
crēdit: crēdidit (+ dative)
favet: fāvit (+ dative)
gathers, meets
trusts, believes, has faith in
down from; about
favors, supports
convenit: convēnit
gathers, meets
crēdit: crēdidit (+ dative)
trusts, believes, has faith in
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 22
adeptus, adepta, adeptum
amor, amōris, m.
aureus, aurea, aureum
avidē
having received, having obtained
love
golden, made of gold
eagerly
adeptus, adepta, adeptum
having received, having obtained
amor, amōris, m.
love
37 terms
Cambridge Latin Course - Stage 7
cenat
cenavit
centurio
conspicit
eats dinner
ate dinner
centurion
catches sight of
cenat
eats dinner
cenavit
ate dinner
26 terms
Cambridge Latin Course - Stage 14
aliquid
apud + (ACC)
attonitus, -a, -um
aula, -ae f.
something
among
astonished
palace
aliquid
something
apud + (ACC)
among
34 terms
Cambridge Latin Course - Stage 4
agit
negotium agit
anulus
cera
does
does business
ring
wax
agit
does
negotium agit
does business
26 terms
Cambridge Latin Course - Stage 6
abest
aberat
avarus
bonus
is out, is absent
was out, was absent
miser
good
abest
is out, is absent
aberat
was out, was absent
32 terms
Cambridge Latin Course - Stage 8
agitat
agitavit
consumit
consumpsit
chases
chased
eats
ate
agitat
chases
agitavit
chased
34 terms
Cambridge Latin Course - Stage 10
abit
abiit
accipit
accēpit
goes away
went away
receives
received
abit
goes away
abiit
went away
25 terms
Stage 35 Cambridge Latin Course
ager, agrī, m.
an
utrum... an
caveō, cavēre, cavī, cautum
field
or
whether... or
beware
ager, agrī, m.
field
an
or
28 terms
Cambridge Latin Course - Stage 18
audeo, audēre
caput, capitis, n.
coepi
cognosco, cognoscere, cognovi
dare
head
I began
get to know
audeo, audēre
dare
caput, capitis, n.
head
36 terms
Stage 34 Cambridge Latin Course
auctor, auctōris, m.
mē auctōre
damnō, damnāre, damnāvī, damnātus
dum
creator, originator
at my suggestion (with me as author)
condemn
while, until
auctor, auctōris, m.
creator, originator
mē auctōre
at my suggestion (with me as author)
33 terms
Stage 32 Cambridge Latin Course
addō, addere, addidī, additus
adversus, adversa, adversum
rēs adversae, f. pl.
aequus, aequa, aequum
add
hostile, unfavorable
misfortune
fair, calm
addō, addere, addidī, additus
add
adversus, adversa, adversum
hostile, unfavorable
32 terms
Stage 33 Cambridge Latin Course
ācriter
at
brevis, brevis, breve
certō, certāre, certāvī
keenly, fiercely
but
short, brief
compete
ācriter
keenly, fiercely
at
but
41 terms
Stage 20 Cambridge Latin Course
adeō, adīre, adiī
arcessō, arcessere, arcessīvī
ars, artis, f.
auris, auris, f.
to go up to, approach
to summon, send for
art
ear
adeō, adīre, adiī
to go up to, approach
arcessō, arcessere, arcessīvī
to summon, send for
31 terms
Stage 31 Cambridge Latin Course
altus, -a, -um
angustus, -a, -um
ante (+ACC)
catena, -ae, f.
high, deep
narrow
before, in front of
chain
altus, -a, -um
high, deep
angustus, -a, -um
narrow
31 terms
Stage 29 Cambridge Latin Course
aliquandō
alius...alius
aliī...aliī
amplexus, amplexa, amplexum
sometimes
one...another
some...others
having embraced
aliquandō
sometimes
alius...alius
one...another
26 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 6
abest
aberat
avārus
bonus
is out, is absent
was out, was absent
miser
good
abest
is out, is absent
aberat
was out, was absent
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