Stage 8 Vocab

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Stage 8 Vocab
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senator Romanus
magnifica
Nuceriam
Nucerini
inimici
saepe
turbulenti
spectaculum
splendidum
edidit
diem natalem
celebrabat
cives
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Roman Senator
magnificent
Nuceria
people of Nuceria
enemies
often
rowdy, disordely
show, spectacle
splendid
presented
birthday
was celebrating
citizens
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complebant
nuntiabant
viginti
retiarii
murmillones
bestiarii
bestias
quam celerrime
hi
vehementer
tacuerunt
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were filling
were announcing
twenty
net-fighters
heavily armed gladiators
beast-fighters
wild animals, beasts
as quickly as possible
these
loudly, violently
fell silent
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tuba
sonuit
pugnam
commiserunt
victores
expediti
evitaverunt
ignavi
callidi
decipiunt
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frustra
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trumpet
sounded
began the fight
victors, winners
lightly armed
avoided
cowards
clever, smart
are deceiving, are
tricking
in vain
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provocaverunt
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37. graviter
38. vulneraverunt
39. alterum
40. hic
41. missionem
42. mortem
43. pollicem vertit
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challenged
one
seriously
wounded
the second, the other
this
release
death
turned his thumb up
gave
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interfecerunt
46. iterum
47. cervi
48. esuriebant
49. retinet
50. hunc
51. tres
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53. recubuerunt
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killed
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47. deer
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iratissimi
ridiculum
edebat
fugiebant
suos
destrinxerunt
attonitus
tristis
pedem
ostendit
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very angry
ridiculous, silly
was presenting
began to run away,
began to flee
their
drew
astonished
sad
foot, paw
showed
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spinam
dolet
benignus
fremuit
exclamavit
adiuvo
hoc
extraxit
postea
comprehenderunt
Christianus
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thorn
hurts
kind
roared
shouted
help
this
pulled out
afterwards
arrested
Christian
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76. olfecit
77. lambebat
78. agnovit
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salutem
76. smelled,
sniffed
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78. recognized
79. to safety
Stage 8 Grammar
From Stage 2 onwards you have translated
sentences like these:
• amicus puellam
salutat.
• dominus servum
vituperabat.
• The friend greets the
girl.
• The master was
cursing the slave.
In each of these examples, the person
who has something done to him or her
is indicated in Latin by the
ACCUSATIVE SINGULAR.
In Stage 8 you
ACCUSATIVE
will be
PLURAL
introduced to
the:
Take a look at the following
sentences
• amicus puellas
salutat.
• dominus servos
vituperabat.
• The friend greets the
girls.
• The master was
cursing the slaves.
In each of these examples, the
person who has something
done to him or her is indicated
in Latin by the
ACCUSATIVE PLURAL.
You have now learned the following
cases:
Singular
Nominative
Singular
Accusative
Plural
Nominative
Plural
Accusative
First
Declension
puella
tuba
puellam
tubam
puellae
tubae
puellas
tubas
Second
Declension
servus
libertus
servum
libertum
servi
liberti
servos
libertos
Third
Declension
mercator
victor
mercatorem
victorem
mercatores
victores
mercatores
victores
Practice #1
agricola gladiatorem laudavit.
The farmer praised the gladiator.
agricola gladiatores laudavit.
The farmer praised the gladiators.
Practice #2
servus agricolam interfecit.
The slave killed the farmer.
servus agricolas interfecit.
The slave killed the farmers.
Practice #3
puer actores ad theatrum duxit.
The boy led the actores to the
theatre.
centurio servos laudavit.
The centurion praised the slaves.
Practice #3
senex actorem ad forum duxit.
The old man led the actor to the
forum
amicus fabulas narravit.
The friend told stories.
Practice #4
amici ancillam salutaverunt
The friends greeted the slave girl.
agricolae nuntios audiverunt.
The farmers heard the
messengers.
Stage 8 Grammar Part II
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Look at the following sentences:
Pompeiani erant irati.
The Pompeians were angry.
gladiator est notus
The gladiator is famous.
mater erat laeta.
The mother was happy.
Superlatives
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Look at the following sentences:
Pompeiani erant iratissimi.
The Pompeians were very angry.
gladiator est notissimus.
The gladiator is very famous.
mater erat laetissima.
The mother was very happy.
There are some irregular
superlatives
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mons est pulcher.
The mountain is beautiful.
mons Vesuvius est pulcherrimus.
Mount Vesuvius is very beautiful.
Further Examples
• mercator est tristis.
• canis erat ferox.
• senex est tristissimus.
• leo erat ferocissimus.
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