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CLAA Grammar lesson 30, Verbs
How many parts of speech are there?
What is a verb?
How many sorts of verbs are there, acc…
How manifold is the Impersonal?
Eight: Noun, Pronoun, Verb, Participle; Adverb, Preposition,…
A part of speech, which has moods and tenses, and is not decl…
Two: personal, which have all persons of both numbers, and im…
Twofold: One of the Active voice, The other of the Passive vo…
How many parts of speech are there?
Eight: Noun, Pronoun, Verb, Participle; Adverb, Preposition,…
What is a verb?
A part of speech, which has moods and tenses, and is not decl…
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CLAA Grammar Lesson 6
homo
erat
non
Deo
man
was
not
God
homo
man
erat
was
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CLAA Grammar 1:God
everywhere
being
holy
power
ubique
ens
sanctus
potentia
everywhere
ubique
being
ens
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CLAA Grammar Lesson 12
dicis
dicit
dixi
dixit
verb; you say
verb; he/she/it says
verb; I said
verb; he/she/it said
dicis
verb; you say
dicit
verb; he/she/it says
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CLAA Grammar 1A lesson 7 cases
1. Nominative answers the question(s)
1. Genitive answers the question(s)
1. Dative answers the question(s)
1. Accusative answers the question(s)
Who or what
Whose or whereof
To whom or to what, for whom or for what
Whom or what
1. Nominative answers the question(s)
Who or what
1. Genitive answers the question(s)
Whose or whereof
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CLAA Grammar 1A lesson 38 Adverbs of Time
hodie
cras
heri
perendie
today
tomorrow
yesterday
on the day after tomorrow
hodie
today
cras
tomorrow
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CLAA Classical Grammar 1A_Lesson 17_Rules
65. How many different terminations ar…
66. Decline the Third Declension mascu…
67. Decline the Third Declension femin…
68. Decline the Third Declension neute…
Eleven: -a, -e, -o | -c, -d, -l | -n, -r, -s, -t, -x.
Singulariter: Nominativo, hic Sermo, a speech; Genitivo, Serm…
Singulariter: Nominativo, haec Sedes, a Seat; Genitivo, Sedis…
Singulariter: Nominativo, hoc Tempus, Time; Genitivo, Tempori…
65. How many different terminations ar…
Eleven: -a, -e, -o | -c, -d, -l | -n, -r, -s, -t, -x.
66. Decline the Third Declension mascu…
Singulariter: Nominativo, hic Sermo, a speech; Genitivo, Serm…
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CLAA Grammar Lesson 3 vocab
Caelum
Terra
Stare
Medius
Haeven
Earth
To stand
Middle
Caelum
Haeven
Terra
Earth
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CLAA Grammar, Lesson 13 vocab.
Musa
Musae
Musae
Musam
a muse (S)
of a muse
to a muse
a muse
Musa
a muse (S)
Musae
of a muse
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Latin Grammar I, Lesson1, CLAA
1. How many written letters are there…
2. How are the letters divided?
3. What is a Vowel?
4. How many Vowels are there in Latin?
A. In Latin, there are 25 written letters--the same as Englis…
A. The letters are divided into Vowels and Consonants.
A. A Vowel is a letter which makes a full and perfect sound o…
A. There are five vowels in Latin--A, E, I, O and U.
1. How many written letters are there…
A. In Latin, there are 25 written letters--the same as Englis…
2. How are the letters divided?
A. The letters are divided into Vowels and Consonants.
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CLAA Latin Grammar lesson 2 Vocabulary
essence
being
personality
will
essentia
ens
hypostasi
voluntate
essence
essentia
being
ens
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CLAA Grammar 1A Lesson 40
Copulatives
Disjunctives
Discretives
Causals
Both/And
Either/Or
But/However
For/Because
Copulatives
Both/And
Disjunctives
Either/Or
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CLAA Grammar 1 Lesson 5
homo
Deo
nomen
Iohannes
man
God
name
John
homo
man
Deo
God
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CLAA lesson 30 Moods of verbs
Indicative
Imperative
Optative
Subjunctive
I walk to the store
Mom say to Johnny Walk to the store
I would walk to the store
I think I might walk to the store
Indicative
I walk to the store
Imperative
Mom say to Johnny Walk to the store
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CLAA Grammar I-A Lesson, 8
In propria venit et sui eum non recepe…
in
propria
venit
To his own he came and his own him not did receive.
in, among, into
his own
(he) came
In propria venit et sui eum non recepe…
To his own he came and his own him not did receive.
in
in, among, into
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CLAA LMS Grammar lesson 4 Voacab
Caelum
Sol
Nox
Nocte
Heaven
Sun
Night
In the Night
Caelum
Heaven
Sol
Sun
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CLAA LMS Grammar Lesson 2 Vocab
Preserver
Wisdom
Spiritual
Merciful
Conservator
Sapientia
Spiritualis
Clemens
Preserver
Conservator
Wisdom
Sapientia
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CLAA Biblical Studies I Gen 27-30
Gen. 27:1-41
Gen. 27:42-46
Gen. 28:1-10
Gen. 28:11-22
Jacob supplants Esau
Jacob flees from Esau to Laban
Jacob begins his journey to Mesopotamia
Jacob sees vision and makes a vow
Gen. 27:1-41
Jacob supplants Esau
Gen. 27:42-46
Jacob flees from Esau to Laban
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CLAA lesson 1 Grammar 1A vocab "Alphabet"
Cornix cornicator
Agnus balat
Cicāda stridet
Upupa dicit
The Crow crieth
The Lamb blaiteth
The Grasshoper chirpith
The Whooppoo saith
Cornix cornicator
The Crow crieth
Agnus balat
The Lamb blaiteth
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CLAA Grammar 1A lesson 38 Adverbs of Likeness, Quality, Quantity, Comparison
sic (l)
sicut, quasi, tanquam, velut (l)
ceu (l)
bene (ql)
in this way
just like
like
well
sic (l)
in this way
sicut, quasi, tanquam, velut (l)
just like
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CLAA Grammar I-A lesson 29: Nouns
dies, diei
agnus, -i
peccatum, -i
mundus, -i
hic
hic
hoc
hic
dies, diei
hic
agnus, -i
hic
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CLAA Latin Grammar lesson 2 Vocabulary
essence
being
personality
will
essentia
ens
hypostasi
voluntate
essence
essentia
being
ens
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CLAA LMS Grammar Lesson 3 vocab
Clouds
Earth
Fire
Wood
Nubes
Terra
lgnis
Sylvas
Clouds
Nubes
Earth
Terra
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CLAA Grammer 1A lesson 30: Derivatives
How many fold are derivatives?
An Inchoative derivative
A Meditative derivative
A Frequentative derivative
Four fold: Inchoative, Meditative, Frequentative and Diminuti…
(-sco) signifies a thing started, but tendig to an end or per…
implies a continual thinking of anything; as Esurio (I am hun…
(-ito) implies frequent use and repetition of the same thing;…
How many fold are derivatives?
Four fold: Inchoative, Meditative, Frequentative and Diminuti…
An Inchoative derivative
(-sco) signifies a thing started, but tendig to an end or per…
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CLAA Grammar 1A lesson 8, Latin Verses
in propria venit
et sui eum non receperunt
quotquot autem receperunt eum
dedit eis potestatem filios Dei fieri
to his own he came
and his own him not did receive
how many, however did receive him
he gave to them power sons of God to become
in propria venit
to his own he came
et sui eum non receperunt
and his own him not did receive
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CLAA LMS Grammar lesson 1 Voacab
ducam te
Intelligere
in nomine Dei
tua manus
I will guide thee
to understand
in the name of god
your hand
ducam te
I will guide thee
Intelligere
to understand
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CLAA LMS Grammar lesson 5 Voacab
Sulphuratum
Lignum
Ignis cremat
Favilla
Match
Stick
Fire consumes to ashes
Embers
Sulphuratum
Match
Lignum
Stick
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claa classic Grammar lesson 2 Vocab
Deus
verbum
nihil
ipso
God
word, the word
nothing
him, himself
Deus
God
verbum
word, the word
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Claa Grammar I-B lesson 6
die
tértio
núptiae
factae
substantive noun, "on [the] day"
adjective noun, "third"
substantive noun, "nuptials"
participle, "made"
die
substantive noun, "on [the] day"
tértio
adjective noun, "third"
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CLAA Greek Grammar I: Uppercase Alphabet
Α
Β
Γ
Δ
Alpha
Beta
Gamma
Delta
Α
Alpha
Β
Beta
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CLAA Greek Grammar I: Lowercase Alphabet
α
β
γ
δ
Alpha
Beta
Gamma
Delta
α
Alpha
β
Beta
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Claa Latin Grammar Lesson 3 Memory Work
What is a Noun?
Give some examples of Nouns.
How many sorts of nouns are there?
What is a Noun Substantive?
A Noun is the name of thing that may be seen, felt, heard or…
The name of my hand, in Latin, is manus; the name of a house…
Two: A Noun Substantive and a Noun Adjective.
A Noun Substantive is a noun which stands by itself in speech…
What is a Noun?
A Noun is the name of thing that may be seen, felt, heard or…
Give some examples of Nouns.
The name of my hand, in Latin, is manus; the name of a house…
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CLAA Biblical Studies: Genesis Chapter 20-30
20:1-18
21:1-8
21:9-21
21:22-34
Abimelech's Kingdom Cursed for Abraham's Sake
Sara gives birth to Isaac
Agar and Ishmael are cast forth
Abimelech Makes Covenant with Abraham
20:1-18
Abimelech's Kingdom Cursed for Abraham's Sake
21:1-8
Sara gives birth to Isaac
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Latin Grammar I: L2 "Deus" Construing Set (LMS CLAA)
God is a most perfect and ... a most bles…
of himself ... from everlasting to everla…
In his Essence, Spiritual and One
In his Personality, three
Deus est perfectissimum et ... beatissimum Ens
ex seipso ... ab aeterno in aeternum
Essentia, spiritualis et unus
Hypostasi, trinus
God is a most perfect and ... a most bles…
Deus est perfectissimum et ... beatissimum Ens
of himself ... from everlasting to everla…
ex seipso ... ab aeterno in aeternum
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CLAA Biblical Studies: Genesis Chapters 30-40
30:1-8
30:9-13
30:14-21
30:22-24
Rachel's Servant Gives Birth to Dan and Naphtali
Lia's Servant Gives Birth to Gad and Asher
Lia gives Birth to Isaachar and Zabulon
Rachel Gives Birth to Joseph
30:1-8
Rachel's Servant Gives Birth to Dan and Naphtali
30:9-13
Lia's Servant Gives Birth to Gad and Asher
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English Grammar I L3 Rules for Spelling (GS TRIV CLAA)
Rule 1.
Rule 2.
Rule 3.1
Rule 3.2
Monosyllables ending with f, l, or s, preceded by a single vo…
Monosyllables ending with any consonant but f, l, or s, and p…
Words ending with y, preceded by a consonant, form the plural…
The present participle in -ing, retains the y, that i may not…
Rule 1.
Monosyllables ending with f, l, or s, preceded by a single vo…
Rule 2.
Monosyllables ending with any consonant but f, l, or s, and p…
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CLAA AC Gospel of John 1:21-30
et (C)
interrogare (V, laudare)
is, ea, id (P)
quis, quid (P)
and
to ask
he, she, it
who?
et (C)
and
interrogare (V, laudare)
to ask
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CLAA Grammar 1A lesson 38 Adverbs of Unfinished Things, Showing, Doubting, Chance
paene (u)
sere (u)
prope (u)
vix (u)
almost
too late
nearly
barely
paene (u)
almost
sere (u)
too late
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CLAA GRAMMAR Lesson 34 - Imperative Mood Active Verbs
ama
amet
amemus
amate
you, love!
let him love!
let us love!
let you all love!
ama
you, love!
amet
let him love!
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CLAA GRAMMAR Lesson 34 - Imperative Mood Passive Verbs
amare
ametur
amemur
amemini
you, be loved!
let him be loved!
let us be loved!
let you all be loved!
amare
you, be loved!
ametur
let him be loved!
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CLAA Grammar 1A Lesson 35 - Indicative Mood SUM, ESSE
sum
es
est
sumus
I am
you are
he is
we are
sum
I am
es
you are
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CLAA Grammar 1A lesson 33, 1st conjugation, potential, passive
amer
ameris
ametur
amemur
I may/can be loved
you may/can be loved
he may/can be loved
we may/can be loved
amer
I may/can be loved
ameris
you may/can be loved
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CLAA Grammar 1 lesson 24, Volo, Volle (to will) #1
volo
vis
vult
vulumus
I will
you will
he wills
we will
volo
I will
vis
you will
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CLAA Grammar 1 lesson 24, EDO, EDERE (to eat) #1
Edo
edis
edit
edimus
I eat
you eat
he eats
we eat
Edo
I eat
edis
you eat
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CLAA Grammar 1 lesson 24, Volo, Volle (to will) #2
velim
velis
velit
velimus
I may will
you may will
he may will
we may will
velim
I may will
velis
you may will
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CLAA Grammar 1A lesson 35, EDO, EDERE (to eat) #2
Edam
edas
edat
edamus
I may eat
you may eat
he may eat
we may eat
Edam
I may eat
edas
you may eat
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