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ambulat (v.)
he/she walks
cenat (v.)
he/she dines
festinat (v.)
he/she hurries
intrat (v.)
he/she enters
laborat (v.)
he/she works
casa (n.)
house, cottage
cena (n.)
dinner
femina (n.)
woman
puella (n.)
girl
fessa (adj.)
tired
laeta (adj.)
happy
parata (adj.)
ready
mox (adv.)
soon
non (adv.)
not
et (conj.)
and
sed (conj.)
but
iuvat (v.)
he/she helps
laudat (v.)
he/she praises
narrat (v.)
he/she tells
parat (v.)
he/she prepares
portat (v.)
he/she carries
salutat (v.)
he/she greets
vocat (v.)
he/she calls
aqua (n.)
water
fabula (n.)
story
filia (n.)
daughter
via (n.)
road
irata (adj.)
angry
subito (adv.)
suddenly
in (prep.)
in, into
manet (v.)
he/she stays, waits
sedet (v.)
he/she sits
videt (v.)
he/she sees
ascendit (v.)
he/she climbs
cadit (v.)
he/she falls
currit (v.)
he/she runs
ducit (v.)
he/she leads
inquit (v.)
he/she says
mittit (v.)
he/she sends
redit (v.)
he/she returns
audit (v.)
he/she hears
terra (n.)
earth, land
cibus (n.)
food
colonus (n.)
farmer
filius (n.)
son
ager (n.)
field
puer (n.)
boy, child
anxius, -a, -um (adj.)
anxious
eum (prn.)
him
eam (prn.)
her
ad (prep)
to, towards
nam (conj.)
for
adest (v.)
he/she is present
curat (v.)
he/she cares, looks after
accedit (v.)
he/she approaches
procedit (v.)
he/she goes forward
surgit (v.)
he/she rises
dormit (v.)
he/she sleeps
venit (v.)
he/she comes
magnus, -a, -um (adj.)
great, big
miser, misera, miserum (adj.)
miserable
multus, -a, -um (adj.)
much, many
cur? (adv.)
why?
diu (adv.)
for a long time
iam (adv.)
now, already
lente (adv.)
slowly (relent)
saepe (adv.)
often
tandem (adv.)
at last
amicus (n.)
friend
ludus (n.)
school
eos, eas (prn.)
them (acc. pl.)
ille, illa (prn.)
he, she
quod (conj.)
because
ubi (conj.)
when
clamat (v.)
he/she shouts
dat (v.)
he/she gives
rogat (v.)
he/she asks
spectat (v.)
he/she watches
iacet (v.)
he/she lies down
respondet (v.)
he/she answers
dicit (v.)
he/shey says
emit (v.)
he/she buys
ponit (v.)
he/she places, puts
tradit (v.)
he/she hands over
advenit (v.)
he/she arrives
facit (v.)
he/she makes/does
hortus (n.)
garden
unus, -a, -um (adj.)
one
duo, duae (adj.)
two
tres, tria (adj.)
three
alius, alia, aliud (adj.)
other, another
bonus, -a, -um (adj.)
good
malus, -a, -um (adj.)
bad
statim (adv.)
at once
quid? (prn.)
what?
cum + abl. (prep)
with
in + abl. (prep)
in, on
per + acc. (prep)
through, throughout
nec/neque (conj.)
and not, nor