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When used as a noun, the infinitive form is always...
Neuter and singular
In the act of asking a question, if the answer to the question is expected to be a YES, what should the sentence itsself begin with?
Nonne
How is the plural imperative of a 3rd conjugation verb formed?
By removing the stem letter from the singular imperative, and adding -ite.
As an exception, the singular imperative form of DUCO is...
Duc
As an exception, the singular imperative form of FACIO is...
Fac
Name the acronym for the neuter gender nouns in Units III and IV.
PSCFC, ABOOT, PL
The first part of the neuter gender acronym reads PSCFC. Define in Latin and English.
Praemuim - Reward
Signum - Sign, Signal Standard
Consilium - Advice, plan
Frumentum - Grain
Castra - Camp
The second part of the neuter gender acronym reads ABOOT. Define in Latin and English.
Auxilium - Aid, help
Bellum - War
Oppidum - Town
Officium - Duty
Templum - Temple
The last part of the neuter gender acronym reads PL. Define in Latin and English.
Pretium - Price
Loca - Place
In singular form, locus's gender is masculine. In plural form, loca's gender is...
Neuter.
The second principal part of sum is...
Esse
Esse is __________, and means...
Infinitive - to be
Aqua
Water
Insula
Island
Silva [2]
Forest, Woods
Via [3]
Road, Way, Street
Est [3]
is, there is, he/she/it is
Sunt [3]
Are, there are, they are
Non
Not
Et
And
Sed
But
Castra is an exceptional noun because...
It is always plural in form and singular in meaning.
Fama [2]
Report, fame
Familia
Family
Fortuna [2]
Fortune, luck
Puella
Girl
Terra [2]
Earth, land
Vita
Life
Bona
Good
Dura
Hard
Magna [3]
Great, large, big
Parva [2]
Small, little
Amo [2]
Love, like
Name the first three principal parts of Amo.
Amo, amare, amavi
Porto
Carry
Name the first three principal parts of Porto.
Porto, portare, portavi
Nova [2]
New, strange
Name the first three principal parts of laboro.
Laboro, laborare, laboravi
Paro [3]
Get, get ready, prepare
Name the first three principal parts of Paro.
Paro, parare, paravi
Specto [2]
Look at, watch
Name the first 3 principal parts of Specto.
Specto, spectare, spectavi
Minime [2]
No, not at all
Sic [3]
Yes, thus, so
Carrus [2]
Cart, Wagon
Servus
Slave
Erat [3]
Was, there was, he/she/it was
Erant [3]
Were, there were, they were
Laudo
Praise
Name the first 3 principal parts of Laudo.
Laudo, laudare, laudavi
Ubi
Where
Quod
Because
Nunc
Now
Cibus
Food
Copia [2]
Supply, abundance
Cure [3]
Worry, care, concern
Forma
Shape
Regina
Queen
Planus [2]
Level, flat
Name the 2 pain words used in the previous units.
Nauta, Agricola
Unda
Wave
Name the first 3 principal parts of navigo.
Navigo, navigare, navigavi
Cras
Tomorrow
Tum [2]
Then, next
Dono [2]
Give, present to
Name the first 3 principal parts of Dono.
Dono, donare, donavi
Mando [3]
Give to, entrust
Name the first 3 principal parts of Mando.
Mando, mandare, mandavi
Monstro [2]
Point out, show to
Name the first 3 principal parts of Monstro.
Monstro, monstrare, monstravi
Nuntio [2]
Announce, report to
Name the first 3 principal parts of Nuntio.
Nuntio, nuntiare, nuntiavi
Probo [3]
Test, prove, approve
Name the first 3 principal parts of Probo.
Probo, probare, probavi
Iniuria [3]
Injustice, wrong, injury
Poena [2]
Punishment, penalty
Pugna [2]
Fight, battle
Incito [3]
Incite, excite, stir up
Name the first 3 principal parts of Incito.
Incito, incitare, incitavi
Occupo
Seize
Name the first 3 principal parts of Occupo.
Occupo, occupare, occupavi
Servo [2]
Save, guard
Name the first 3 principal parts of Servo.
Servo, servare, servavi
Filia
Daughter
Hora
Hour
Meus [2]
My, mine
Quintus
Fifth
Tuus [2]
Your, yours
Paene
Almost
Semper
Always
Disciplina [2]
Training, instruction
Lingua [2]
Tongue, language
Patria [2]
Fatherland, country
Augeo
Increase
Name the first 3 principal parts of Augeo.
Augeo, augere, auxi
Doceo
Teach
Name the first 3 principal parts of Doceo.
Doceo, docere, docui
HABITO means to live or dwell, while HABEO means to..
Have
Habeo [2]
Have, hold
Name the first 3 principal parts of Habeo.
Habeo, habere, habui
Terreo [2]
Scare, frighten
Name the first 3 principal parts of Terreo.
Terreo, terrere, terrui
Amicitia
Friendship
GRATIA means gratitude or influence, while GRATUS means... [2]
Pleasing, grateful
Materia [2]
Matter, timber
Maneo
Remain
Name the first 3 principal parts of Maneo.
Maneo, manere, mansi
Video
See
Ibi
There
Altus
High, tall, deep
Libero
Free
Name the first 3 principal parts of Libero.
Libero, liberare, liberavi
Mereo
Deserve, earn
Name the first 3 principal parts of Mereo.
Mereo, merere, merui
Teneo [2]
Hold, keep
Name the first 3 principal parts of Teneo.
Teneo, tenere, tenui
Captivus
Prisoner
Cena
Dinner
When SINGULA is singular it means one at a time. When it is plural, it means...
One by one.
Moveo
Move
Name the first 3 principal parts of Moveo.
Moveo, movere, movi
Voco
Call
While VOCO means to call, EVOCO means to... [2]
Call out, summon
Name the first 3 principal parts of voco.
Voco, vocare, vocavi
A, ab [2]
From, away from
De [4]
From, down from, about, concerning
E, ex [3]
From, out from, out of
Ager, agri
Field
Filius
Son
Masigter
Teacher
Puer
Boy
Vir, viri [2]
Man, hero
Amicus as an adjective means...
Friendly
Liber
Free
These three N adjectives are easily confused: Nostra, nova [2], and nunc. Define them.
Nostra- Our
Nova - New, strange
Nunc - Now
Sacer, sacra
Sacra
Animus [3]
Mind, courage, spirit
Colonus [2]
Settler, colonist
Habito [2]
Live, dwell
Name the first 3 principal parts of Habito.
Habito, habitare, habitavi
Migro [2]
Depart, migrate
Name the first 3 principal parts of Migro.
Migro, migrare, migravi
Annus
Year
Barbarus [2]
Foreigner, barbarian
Castra
Camp
What two parts of speech can barbarus be?
A noun and an adjective
Evoco
Call out, summon
Name the first 3 principal parts of Evoco.
Evoco, evocare, evocavi
Name and define the 2nd principal part of Sum.
Esse - to be
Arma [2]
Arms, weapons
Auxilium [2]
Aid, help
Bellum
War
Concordia
Harmony
Nuntius
Messenger
Debeo [2]
Ought, owe
Name the first 3 principal parts of Debeo.
Debeo, debere, debui
Maturo
Hasten
Name the first 3 principal parts of Maturo.
Maturo, maturare, maturavi
Causa [3]
Cause, reason, case
Dominus
Master
Oppidum
Town
Populus
People
Aequus [3]
Even, just, calm
Latus
Wide
Publicus
Public
Verus [3]
True, real, not false
When using vester, you are referring to...
Two or more persons.
Vester, Vestrum
Your
Ubi usually means where, but it can also mean...
When
What enclitic syllable introduces questions?
-ne
Officium
Duty
Ago [5]
Do, drive, discuss, live, spend (time)
Name the first 3 principal parts of Ago.
Ago, agere, egi
Cedo [4]
Move (away from), retreat, yield, give way
Name the first 3 principal parts of Cedo.
Cedo, cedere, cessi
Accedo
Approach
Name the first 3 principal parts of Accedo.
Accedo, accedere, accessi
Excedo
Depart
Name the first 3 principal parts of Excedo.
Excedo, excedere, excessi
Defendo
Defend
Name the first 3 principal parts of Defendo.
Defendo, defendere, defendi
Exspecto [2]
Look out for, wait
Name the first 3 principal parts of Exspecto.
Exspecto, exspectare, exspectavi
Mitto [2]
Let go, send
Name the first 3 principal parts of Mitto.
Mitto, mittere, misi
Pono [2]
Put, place
Name the first 3 principal parts of Pono.
Pono, ponere, posui
Templum
Temple
Pulcher
Beautiful
Capio [2]
Take, seize
Name the first 3 principal parts of Capio.
Capio, capere, cepi
Accipio
Receive
Name the first 3 principal parts of Accipio.
Accipio, accipere, accepi
Facio [2]
Do, make
Name the first 3 principal parts of Facio.
Facio, facere, feci
Munio
Fortify
Name the first 3 principal parts of Munio
Munio, munere, munivi
Rego [2]
Rule, guide
Name the first 3 principal parts of Rego.
Rego, regere, rexi
Venio
Come
Name the first 3 principal parts of Venio.
Venio, venire, veni
Invenio [2]
Find, come upon
Name the first 3 principal parts of Invenio.
Invevio, invenire, inveni
Pretium, preti
Price
Terminus [2]
End, boundary
Name the first 3 principal parts of Duco.
Duco, ducere, duxi
Efficio [3]
Bring about, produce, effect
Narro [2]
Tell, relate
Name the first 3 principal parts of Efficio.
Efficio, efficere, effeci
Name the first 3 principal parts of Narro.
Narro, narrare, narravi