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Cambridge Latin Chapter 4
cur
e (before a consonant); ex (before a v…
ego
habet
why
out of, from (takes ablative case)
I
he/she/it has
cur
why
e (before a consonant); ex (before a v…
out of, from (takes ablative case)
Cambridge Latin Chapter 2
amicus
ancilla
cena
cibus
friend
slave girl
dinner
food
amicus
friend
ancilla
slave girl
Cambridge Latin Chapter 5
adest/adsunt
agricola (1st declension, but masculin…
ambulat
audit
he/she/it is here (adest); they are here (adsunt)
farmer
he/she/it walks
he/she/it hears, listens to
adest/adsunt
he/she/it is here (adest); they are here (adsunt)
agricola (1st declension, but masculin…
farmer
Cambridge Latin Chapter 6
abest
avarus
bonus, bona, bonum
emit
he/she/it is absent
miser
good
he/she/it buys
abest
he/she/it is absent
avarus
miser
Cambridge Latin Chapter 1
canis
est
filius
hortus
dog
he/she/it is
son
garden
canis
dog
est
he/she/it is
Cambridge Latin Chapter 3
ad
bibit
circumspectat
clamat
to, toward (takes accusative case)
he/she/it drinks
he/she/it looks around
he/she/it shouts
ad
to, toward (takes accusative case)
bibit
he/she/it drinks
34 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 20
adeo, adire, adii
arcesso, arcessere, arcessivi
ars, artis, f.
crudelis
go up to, approach
to summon, send for
art
cruel
adeo, adire, adii
go up to, approach
arcesso, arcessere, arcessivi
to summon, send for
23 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 19
filia, filiae
hasta, hastae
iter, itineris
locus, loci
(1st decl. F), daughter
(1st decl. F), spear
(3rd decl. N), journey
(2nd decl. M), place
filia, filiae
(1st decl. F), daughter
hasta, hastae
(1st decl. F), spear
26 terms
Cambridge Latin - Stage 6
abest
avarus
bonus
emit
is absent
miser
good
buys
abest
is absent
avarus
miser
Cambridge Latin Stage 17
animus, animi
ara, arae
faber, fabri
insula, insulae
(2nd decl. M), soul, spirit, mind
(1st decl. F), altar
(2nd decl. M), craftsman
(1st decl. F), island
animus, animi
(2nd decl. M), soul, spirit, mind
ara, arae
(1st decl. F), altar
Cambridge Latin Chapter 7
tacitē
terret/terruit
tamen
valdē
quietly, silently
he/she/it frightens/frightened
however
very much, very
tacitē
quietly, silently
terret/terruit
he/she/it frightens/frightened
Cambridge Latin Stage 3
ad
bibit
circumspectat
clamat
to
drinks
looks around
shouts
ad
to
bibit
drinks
Cambridge Latin
atrium
canis
coquus
cubiculum
atrium, reception hall
dog
cook
bedroom
atrium
atrium, reception hall
canis
dog
26 terms
Cambridge Latin - Stage 6
abest
avarus
bonus
emit
is absent
miser
good
buys
abest
is absent
avarus
miser
15 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Five
sum
es
est
sumus
I am
you are
he/ she/ it is
we are
sum
I am
es
you are
15 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Two
amicus
ancilla
cena
cibus
friend
slave girl
dinner
food
amicus
friend
ancilla
slave girl
22 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 15
procession, column of men
water
horse
couch
agmen, agminis, 3rd N
aqua, aquae, 1st F
equus, equi, 2nd M
lectus, lecti, 2nd M
procession, column of men
agmen, agminis, 3rd N
water
aqua, aquae, 1st F
26 terms
Cambridge Latin - Stage 7
cenat, cenavit
centurio
conspicit, conspexit
cum
dines
centurion
catches sight of
with
cenat, cenavit
dines
centurio
centurion
14 terms
Cambridge Latin Course 11
accipit
callidus
exclamat
frater
accepts
clever, cunning
exclaims
brother
accipit
accepts
callidus
clever, cunning
19 terms
Cambridge Latin Course 9
eram
eras
erat
eramus
I was
You were
he/she/it was
we were
eram
I was
eras
You were
32 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 3
ad
bibit
circumspectat
clamat
to
drinks
looks around
shouts
ad
to
bibit
drinks
12 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 2
amicus
ancilla
cena
cibus
friend
slave girl
dinner
food
amicus
friend
ancilla
slave girl
16 terms
Cambridge Latin Course 8
scribit
vendit
festinat
parvus
writes
sells
hurries
small
scribit
writes
vendit
sells
24 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 3
ad
bibit
circumspectat
clamat
to
drinks
looks around
shouts
ad
to
bibit
drinks
15 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Four
cur
e
ego
habet
why
from
I
has
cur
why
e
from
13 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 1
canis
coquus
est
filia
dog
cook
is
daughter
canis
dog
coquus
cook
25 terms
Cambridge Latin Course 3+
ad
bibit
circumspectat
clamat
to
drinks
looks round
shouts
ad
to
bibit
drinks
10 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Six
adest
clamor
contendit
currit
is here
uproar/ shout
hurries
runs
adest
is here
clamor
uproar/ shout
15 terms
Cambridge Latin Course 10
dat
ostendit
tradit
offert
gives
shows
hands over
offers
dat
gives
ostendit
shows
15 terms
Cambridge Latin Course One
canis
est
filius
hortus
dog
is
son
garden
canis
dog
est
is
12 terms
Cambridge Latin Course 7
agricola
agricolae
anulus
anuli
farmer
farmers
ring
rings
agricola
farmer
agricolae
farmers
11 terms
Cambridge Latin Course 12
complet
epistula
flamma
fortiter
fills
letter
flame
bravely
complet
fills
epistula
letter
22 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 13
advenio, advenire, adveni
aedificium
aeger, aegrum
alter, alterum
arrive
building
sick, ill
the other, the second
advenio, advenire, adveni
arrive
aedificium
building
13 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 1
canis
coquus
est
filia
dog
cook
is
daughter
canis
dog
coquus
cook
48 terms
Cambridge Latin
Caecilius est pater.
Metella est mater.
Quintus est filius.
Clemens est servus.
Caecilius is the father.
Metella is the mother.
Quintus is the son.
Clemens is the slave.
Caecilius est pater.
Caecilius is the father.
Metella est mater.
Metella is the mother.
25 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 12
amittit, amisit
complet, complevit
custodit, custodivit
epistula
loses
fills
guards
letter
amittit, amisit
loses
complet, complevit
fills
Cambridge Latin
aula,-ae
arca,-ae
cellārius,ī
aurātus, -a, -um
palace
strong box, chest
steward
gilded, gold-plated
aula,-ae
palace
arca,-ae
strong box, chest
Cambridge Latin Stage 18
caput, capitis
dea, deae
manus, manus
miles, militis
(3rd decl. N), head
(1st decl. F), goddess
(4th decl. F), hand
(3rd decl. M), soldier
caput, capitis
(3rd decl. N), head
dea, deae
(1st decl. F), goddess
20 terms
Cambridge Latin Course 2+
amicus
ancilla
cena
cibus
friend
slave girl, maid
dinner
food
amicus
friend
ancilla
slave girl, maid
Cambridge Latin Stage 16
help
plan, idea
flower
emperor
auxilium, auxilii, 2nd decl. N
consilium, consilii, 2nd decl. N
flos, floris, 3rd decl. M
imperator, imperatoris, 3rd decl. M
help
auxilium, auxilii, 2nd decl. N
plan, idea
consilium, consilii, 2nd decl. N
Cambridge Latin
Est
Pater
Māter
Fīlius
Is
Father
Mother
Son
Est
Is
Pater
Father
247 terms
Latin Cambridge
Est
Pater
Mater
Filius
Is
Father
Mother
Son
Est
Is
Pater
Father
15 terms
Cambridge Latin Course 10
celeriter
cupit
dat
dies
quickly
wants
gives
day
celeriter
quickly
cupit
wants
21 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 8
agitat, agitavit
consumit, consumpsit
ducit, duxit
eum
chases, hunts
eats
leads, takes
him
agitat, agitavit
chases, hunts
consumit, consumpsit
eats
39 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 4
argentāriam
Graecus
probus
cūr?
banker's stall
Greek
honest
why?
argentāriam
banker's stall
Graecus
Greek
54 terms
Cambridge latin course grammar
portabam
portabas
portabat
portabamus
I was carrying
you were carrying
he/she/it was carrying
we were carrying
portabam
I was carrying
portabas
you were carrying
22 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 9
agnoscit, agnovit
celeriter
cupit, cupivit
dat, dedit
recognizes
quickly
wants
gives
agnoscit, agnovit
recognizes
celeriter
quickly
29 terms
Cambridge Latin
ā, ab (+ABL)
abdūcō, abdūcere, abdūxī, abductus
abeō, abīre, abiī
abhinc
from by
lead away
go away
ago
ā, ab (+ABL)
from by
abdūcō, abdūcere, abdūxī, abductus
lead away
Cambridge Latin
atrium, atrii N.
canis, canis M/F
coquus, coqui M.
cubiculum, cubiculi N.
atrium, reception hall
dog
cook
bedroom
atrium, atrii N.
atrium, reception hall
canis, canis M/F
dog
18 terms
Cambridge Latin Course 11
capit
civis
de
quam
takes
citizen
about
than
capit
takes
civis
citizen
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