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Grammatica - Latin
Types of Germanic Languages
Types of Romantic Languages
Types of Cyrillic Languages
Case
German, English, Dutch, Norweigen
Italian, French, Portugese, Spanish
Russian
Indication for the ending of the noun
Types of Germanic Languages
German, English, Dutch, Norweigen
Types of Romantic Languages
Italian, French, Portugese, Spanish
8 terms
Latin Grammatica
Nominative
Accuistive
3 types of adjective
What is more important than word order
Subject
Direct object
Positive, comparative, superlative
Endings
Nominative
Subject
Accuistive
Direct object
Latin Grammatica - Subj. To-Be
sim
sis
sit
simus
pres. subj. 1
pres. subj. 2
pres. subj. 3
pres. subj. 1p
sim
pres. subj. 1
sis
pres. subj. 2
8 terms
Wheelock Ch 20 Latin Grammatica
Fourth Declension M & F Endings, SINGU…
Fourth Declension M & F Endings, PLURAL
Fourth Declension Neuter Endings, SING…
Fourth Declension Neuter Endings, PLURAL
N -us... G -ūs... D -uī... Acc -um... Abl -ū
N -ūs... G -uum... D -ibus... Acc -ūs... Abl -ibus
N -ū... G -ūs... D -ū... Acc -ū... Abl -ū
N -ua... G -uum... D -ibus... Acc -ua... Abl -ibus
Fourth Declension M & F Endings, SINGU…
N -us... G -ūs... D -uī... Acc -um... Abl -ū
Fourth Declension M & F Endings, PLURAL
N -ūs... G -uum... D -ibus... Acc -ūs... Abl -ibus
65 terms
Forms Practice - Grammatica 1 (Latin 2-3)
habēre
habeo
habes
habet
to have
I have
you have
she has
habēre
to have
habeo
I have
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grammatica latin II fall exam
present subjunctive of sum
Deponent verbs
What does the reflexive refer to?
iste
sim sis sit simus sitis sint
look passive, have only passive forms, have only active meani…
the subject
that (of yours)
present subjunctive of sum
sim sis sit simus sitis sint
Deponent verbs
look passive, have only passive forms, have only active meani…
Latin Chapter 03 Verba Grammaticae
Number
Enclitic
-ne
Est
singular or plural
never used alone, always part of a preceding word
added to the firstword in a sentence to indicate a yes/no que…
(he, she, it) is
Number
singular or plural
Enclitic
never used alone, always part of a preceding word
SJJ Latin 1 - Ars Grammatica - Verb Endings
I do it
You do it
He does it
WE do it
-o
-s
-t
-mus
I do it
-o
You do it
-s
12 terms
Latin Caput 1: 1st and 2nd Conjugations and Grammatica
Morphology
Syntax
Verb
Parts of speech
Word forms
Usage of "word forms" within a sentence
(From verbum, whose basic meaning is "word") this describes…
Nouns, pronouns, adverbs, adjectives, prepositions, conjuncti…
Morphology
Word forms
Syntax
Usage of "word forms" within a sentence
25 terms
Wheelock's Latin: Capvt 1 Grammatica
Morphology
Syntax
Verb
Parts of Speech in Latin
word forms
the grammatical arrangement of words in sentences
subject's activity or state of being
Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives, Adverbs, Prepositions, Conjuncti…
Morphology
word forms
Syntax
the grammatical arrangement of words in sentences
25 terms
Wheelock's Latin 7th Edition : Caput 1 Grammatica
Caput
Grammatica
Morphology
Syntax
Heading or chapter in this case
Grammar Topics
Word Forms
The usage of word forms within a sentence.
Caput
Heading or chapter in this case
Grammatica
Grammar Topics
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WHEELOCK'S LATIN: CAPVT II - GRAMMATICA (1st Declension)
Nominative (a, æ)
Genetive (æ, ārum)
Dative (æ, īs)
Accusative (am, ās)
Subject
Possession
Indirect Object
Direct Object
Nominative (a, æ)
Subject
Genetive (æ, ārum)
Possession
12 terms
Chapter 13 Grammatica
ferō
fers
fert
ferimus
I carry
you carry
he/she/it carries
we carry
ferō
I carry
fers
you carry
12 terms
Chapter 7 Grammatica
videō
vidēs
videt
vidēmus
1st person, singular
2nd person, singular
3rd person, singular
1st person, plural
videō
1st person, singular
vidēs
2nd person, singular
41 terms
chapter 11 grammatica latina
pāstor
mercātor
clāmor
timor
Maculine
Maculine
Maculine
Maculine
pāstor
Maculine
mercātor
Maculine
Wheelock's Caput X Grammatica
Audiunt/Capiunt
audiam
audiēs
audiet
Pres.Act.Ind. 3pl. Audio/Capio
Fut.Act.Ind. 1Sg. Audio
Fut.Act.Ind. 2sg. Audio
Fut.Act.Ind.3sg. Audio
Audiunt/Capiunt
Pres.Act.Ind. 3pl. Audio/Capio
audiam
Fut.Act.Ind. 1Sg. Audio
Wheelock's Caput VII Grammatica
rēg-is
rēg-em
rēg-ī
rēg-e
gen. sg.
acc. sg.
dat. sg.
abl. sg.
rēg-is
gen. sg.
rēg-em
acc. sg.
Wheelock's Caput II Grammatica
porta
portae
portae
portam
First Dec. N.Sg.(f)
First Dec. G.Sg.(f)
First Dec. D.Sg.(f)
First Dec. Ac.Sg.(f)
porta
First Dec. N.Sg.(f)
portae
First Dec. G.Sg.(f)
10 terms
Grammatica
indirect statement
subjunctive
infinitives
participles
head verb + subject accusative + infinitive =... i heard that sh…
ut
2nd Principle part, infinite form of a verb, to love... Amare -…
1/2 adjective + 1/2 verb; agree in gender # case... the loving m…
indirect statement
head verb + subject accusative + infinitive =... i heard that sh…
subjunctive
ut
Wheelock's Caput VI Grammatica
erō
eris
erit
erimus
Fut. ind. 1 sg
Fut. ind. 2 sg
Fut. Ind. 3 sg
Fut Ind. 1 pl
erō
Fut. ind. 1 sg
eris
Fut. ind. 2 sg
49 terms
LLPSI: Pars I - Cap 35 ARS GRAMMATICA
inconditus (-a, -um)
similis (-e)
dumtaxat
forsitan
unpolished, rough
similar
only, just
maybe, perhaps
inconditus (-a, -um)
unpolished, rough
similis (-e)
similar
Wheelock's Caput IX Grammatica
hic, haec, hoc
huius, huius, huius
huic, huic, huic
hunc, hanc, hoc
M/F/N Nom. sg. Hic
M/F/N Gen. Sg. Hic
M/F/N Dat. sg. Hic
M/F/N Acc. sg. Hic
hic, haec, hoc
M/F/N Nom. sg. Hic
huius, huius, huius
M/F/N Gen. Sg. Hic
13 terms
Song School Latin Book 2 Chapter 18
non
forte
pessime
diligenter
not
bravely
badly, terrible
carefully
non
not
forte
bravely
Wheelock's Caput VIII Grammatica
ag-ō
ag-is
ag-it
agimus
Pres. Act. Ind. 1sg.
Pres. Act. Ind. 2sg
Pres. Act. Ind. 3sg
Pres. Act. Ind. 1pl
ag-ō
Pres. Act. Ind. 1sg.
ag-is
Pres. Act. Ind. 2sg
Wheelock's Capvt V Grammatica
laudābō
laudābis
laudābit
laudābimus
I will praise
You will praise
Hew will praise
We will praise
laudābō
I will praise
laudābis
You will praise
122 terms
Latin B
interrogō, interrogāre, interrogāvī, i…
agitō, agitāre, agitāvī, agitātum
imperō, imperāre, imperāvī, imperātum
administrō, administrāre, administrāvī…
I ask, to ask, I asked, asked
I drive/stir up/agitate, to drive/stir up/agitate, I drove/st…
I command, to command, I commanded, commanded
I manage, to manage, I managed, managed
interrogō, interrogāre, interrogāvī, i…
I ask, to ask, I asked, asked
agitō, agitāre, agitāvī, agitātum
I drive/stir up/agitate, to drive/stir up/agitate, I drove/st…
21 terms
Vocābula grammatica
nōmen (nōmina)
singulāre
plūrāle
singulāriter
noun/name
singular
plural
in the singular
nōmen (nōmina)
noun/name
singulāre
singular
9 terms
grammatica
PIMP OPRAH
What are PIMP OPRAH verbs?
What is ipse used for?
iste
peto impero moneo persuado oro party rogo admoneo hortor
all have to do with asking, encouraging, begging, or commanding
intensive pronoun, used to prove a point
that (of yours)/those (of yours)
PIMP OPRAH
peto impero moneo persuado oro party rogo admoneo hortor
What are PIMP OPRAH verbs?
all have to do with asking, encouraging, begging, or commanding
Wheelock's Caput XI Grammatica
ego
mei
mihi
1NSg
1GSg
1DSg
1AcSg
ego
1NSg
mei
1GSg
59 terms
Grammatica
Present Active Subjunctive 1st Conjuga…
Present Passive Subjunctive 1st Conjug…
Present Active Subjunctive 2nd Conjuga…
Imperfect Active Subjunctives
Present stem, drop a + e + Personal Active Endings... Laudemus,…
Present stem, drop a + e + Personal Passive Endings... Laudemur,…
Present stem + a + Personal Active Endings ... Habeamus, Teneam,…
Infinitive + Personal Active Endings... Laudarem, Haberem, Agere…
Present Active Subjunctive 1st Conjuga…
Present stem, drop a + e + Personal Active Endings... Laudemus,…
Present Passive Subjunctive 1st Conjug…
Present stem, drop a + e + Personal Passive Endings... Laudemur,…
38 terms
LLPSI: Pars I - Cap 01 IMPERIVM ROMANVM: Latine cum Imaginibus
magnus
multī
parvus
paucī
magnus
multī
15 terms
1 - grammatica
Morphology
Syntax
Parts of speech
Active voice personal endings ... 1st sg…
Word forms
Usage of word forms in a sentence
Verbs nouns pronouns adjectives adverbs prepositions conjunct…
-ō, -m
Morphology
Word forms
Syntax
Usage of word forms in a sentence
12 terms
CAPVT II: GRAMMATICA II
porta magna (nom.)
portae magnae (nom.)
portae magnae (gen.)
portārum magnārum
the large gate
the large gates
of the large gate
of the large gates
porta magna (nom.)
the large gate
portae magnae (nom.)
the large gates
29 terms
Song School Latin 2 Ch 8-12
laboro
lavo
coquo
pasco
I work
I wash
I cook
I feed
laboro
I work
lavo
I wash
100 terms
Latin Vocabulary Chapters 1-3
oppidum
insula
Europa
fluvius
town, city
island
Europe
river
oppidum
town, city
insula
island
24 terms
CAPVT VIII: GRAMMATICA I
dūcō
dūcis
dūcit
dūcimus
I lead
you (sg.) lead
he leads
we lead
dūcō
I lead
dūcis
you (sg.) lead
16 terms
14. Grammatica Latina V
fīlium
fīliōs
fīliam
filiās
masc acc sing
masc acc plural
fem acc sing
fem accs plural
fīlium
masc acc sing
fīliōs
masc acc plural
9 terms
12. Grammatica Latina IV
Dāve
vocative is used when..?
Dāvus
imperative is what?
vocative case
calling someone, speaking to someone directly
nominative case
mood
Dāve
vocative case
vocative is used when..?
calling someone, speaking to someone directly
24 terms
Latin I Week Twenty-Four
tonsor
auriga
agricola
piscator
male barber
male charioteer
male farmer
male fisherman
tonsor
male barber
auriga
male charioteer
22 terms
Wheelock Ch 19 Grammatica
English meaning of Perfect Indicative…
English meaning of Future Perfect Indi…
English meaning of Pluperfect Indicati…
Perfect passive participle is
have been
will have been
had been
a verb's fourth principle part
English meaning of Perfect Indicative…
have been
English meaning of Future Perfect Indi…
will have been
12 terms
unus words
salve
vale
unus
latine
Hello
Goodbye
One
in Latin
salve
Hello
vale
Goodbye
35 terms
22. grammatica latina
a, īnsula
ae, īnsulae
am, īnsulam
ās, īnsulās
1st dec, fem, nom sing
1st dec, fem, nom pl; 1st dec, fem, gen, sing; 1st dec, fem,…
1st dec, fem acc sing
1st dec, fem acc pl
a, īnsula
1st dec, fem, nom sing
ae, īnsulae
1st dec, fem, nom pl; 1st dec, fem, gen, sing; 1st dec, fem,…
58 terms
VWO 1 chap 2 eerste SO zonder grammatica
hoe vind je de leraar?
hij is aardig, maar ook streng
hou je van Engels?
nee, ik heb een hekel aan Engels
comment tu trouves le prof?
il est gentil, mais il est aussi sévère
tu aimes l'anglais?
non, je déteste l'anglais
hoe vind je de leraar?
comment tu trouves le prof?
hij is aardig, maar ook streng
il est gentil, mais il est aussi sévère
23 terms
Sing Song Latin chap 17-18
physica
grammatica
os
oculus
science
English, grammar, language arts
mouth
eye
physica
science
grammatica
English, grammar, language arts
1,516 terms
Lingua Latīna Capitulum 1
river
island
town
ocean
fluvius
īnsula
oppidum
ōceanus
river
fluvius
island
īnsula
38 terms
LLPSI: Pars I - Cap 01 IMPERIVM ROMANVM
magnus
multī
parvus
paucī
big, large, great
many, a great many
little, small
few, a few
magnus
big, large, great
multī
many, a great many
13 terms
3. Grammatica Latina
singulāris et plūrālis
what are singular masculine endings?
what are plural masculine endings?
what are singular feminine endings?
singular and plural
-us, fluvius magnus
-i, fluvii magni
-a, insula magna
singulāris et plūrālis
singular and plural
what are singular masculine endings?
-us, fluvius magnus
2,000 terms
Lingua Latīna Capitulum 2
river
island
town
ocean
fluvius
īnsula
oppidum
ōceanus
river
fluvius
island
īnsula
10 terms
8. Grammatica Latina (cap III)
Marcus (-us)
Marcum (-um)
Iulia (-a)
Iuliam (-am)
nominative masc
Accusative masc
nominative fem
accusative fem
Marcus (-us)
nominative masc
Marcum (-um)
Accusative masc
20 terms
latin ch.1 pt.1
capitulum
duo
duae
est
chapter
two masculine
two feminine
is
capitulum
chapter
duo
two masculine
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