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Subito
Suddenly
singular and plural of he/she groans
gemit and gemmunt
servile
slavish in character
labor
physical or mental work
ubiquitous
seeming tobe everywhere at the same time
ambulatory
capable of walking
nominate
to propose as a candidate
arboreal
pertaining to a tree
picture
a visual represenation or image
relent
to become gentler in attitude
multitude
great indefinite number
vicinity
the state of being near
puerile
childish
virile
manly
brevity
breif
current
running or flowing [like water]
sedentary
requiring too much sitting
agrarian
relating to land and its cultivation
ridicule
to make fun of
amicable
friendly
scribe
public clerk or secretary
legible
able to be read
EXTRA CREDIT--> facit
he she does
EXTRA CREDIT-->faciunt
they do
EXTRA CREDIT--> abite molesti!
go away you pest!
The Roman girls are running toward the country house and farm
Pullae Romana currunt ad villam rusticam.
The angry boy falls into the fishpond
Iratus puer cadit in piscinam.
Peuri Romani legunt dum pulla Romana scribit
The Roman boys read while the roaman girl writes.
translate into english...

hodie

amicae

non iam

lente

sed

etiam/quoque

sub arbore

ubi

defessa

altera
today

friends

no longer

slowly

but

also

where

tired

a second
what do verbs share
personal endings
adj of happy-
adv of happy-

^^both feminine
laeta
laete
brevie tempore, aestate, and nomine all require something when being translated
an english preposistion
EIUS
HER
SAEPE
OFTEN
qui means waht and what type
who-masculine
quae means what and what kind
who feminine
quis means what and what kind
who? in a question
a preposition and a noun form a waht
preposistional phrase