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Romani (at dawn) oppugnaverunt.
luce prima
Milites in silvam (withdrew).
se receperunt
Belgae (were powerful).
multum poterant
Labienus Caesarem (informed).
certiorem fecit
Hostes (on top of the mountain) visi sunt.
in summo monte
Translate: aggreditur
he attacks
Translate: ferent
they will bring
Translate: ierat
he had gone
Translate: ingressus
having entered
Translate: nolunt
they do not want
Translate: potueram
I had been able
Translate: fiet
it will be done
Translate: sequemini
you follow
Translate: voluisse
to have wished
Translate: fieri
to become
Give form: iaci
present passive infinitive
Give form: arbitraturus
future active participle
Give form: ducturus esse
future active infinitive
Give form: capiendi
gerund
Give form: conficiendus
future passive participle
Give form: gestus
perfect passive participle
Give form: proficisci
present infinitive (deponent verb)
Give form: scribens
present active participle
Give form: responsus esse
perfect passive infinitive
Give form: movisse
perfect active infinitive
Change to subjunctive: capis
capias
Change to subjunctive: exponitur
exponatur
Change to subjunctive: fuerunt
fuerint
Change to subjunctive: gessi
gesserim
Change to subjunctive: neglexisti
neglexeris
Change to subjunctive: pacatur
pacetur
Change to subjunctive: poteram
possem
Change to subjunctive: praedicatum erat
praedicatum esset
Change to subjunctive: proficiebas
proficeres
Change to subjunctive: pollicemur
polliceamur
Change to subjunctive: responsus eras
responsus esses
Change to subjunctive: studebat
studeret
Change to subjunctive: tuleratis
tulissetis
Change to subjunctive: vis
velis
Change to subjunctive: nolumus
nolimus
Ad naves reficiendas (timber) Caesar usus est.
materia
Decem (miles) ambulavimus.
milia passum
Labienus (the mountain) praeperitus est.
monti
Mihi persuasit (not to come).
ne venirem
Milites (with swords) pugnaverunt.
gladiis
Milites cognoverunt signum (had been given) (by Caesar).
dandum esse, Caesari
Mirati sumus cur (they had come).
venissent
Nihil (to the praise) amici boni par est.
laudi
Postero die (Rome) excesserunt.
Roma
Pecuniam (to help) (his friend) misit.
auxilio, amico
Puer ager erat et (at home) remanebat.
domi
Satis (help) nobis deerat.
auxili
(With speed) iter fecerent.
cum celeritate
Give derivative: erumpo
erupt
Give derivative: expono
expose
Give derivative: finio
finite
Give derivative: iungo
junction
Give derivative: loquor
elocution
Give derivative: obsideo
obsess
Give derivative: parco
parsimony
Give derivative: perspicio
perspective
Give derivative: postulo
postulate
Give derivative: tueor
tutor
Give related Latin word: aditus
eo
Give related Latin word: adversus
verto
Give related Latin word: collogi
lego
Give related Latin word: dedo
do
Give related Latin word: derigo
rego
Give related Latin word: mediocris
medius
Give related Latin word: nolo
volo
Give related Latin word: pes
pedes
Give related Latin word: prodo
do
Give related Latin word: potens
possum