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52 Cards in this Set

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amo
I love
oremus
Let us pray.
Vale magistra.
Goodbye teacher (feminine).
Salve discipulus.
Hello student.
Jesus
Jesus (yay-sus)
toga
toga
specto
I look at
Derivatives: spectacles, spectator
porto
I carry
Derivatives: portable, transport, export, import
laudo
I praise
Derivatives: laud, laudable
oro
I pray
Derivatives: oratory, orator, oral
navigo
I sail
Derivatives: navy, navigate, navigation
clamo
I shout
Derivatives: clamor, clamorous, exclamation
luna
moon
Derivatives: lunar, lunatic, lunacy
pugno
I fight
Derivatives: pugnacious
adoro
I adore
Derivatives: adorable, adoration
gloria
glory
Derivatives: glorious, glorify
paro
I prepare
Derivatives: preparation
How many letters are in the English alphabet?
26
How many letters are in the Latin alphabet?
25
Which letter is missing from the Latin alphabet?
W
What is a verb?
It's something we do.
What is our verb-finder sentence?
Can I ______?
Insert the verb in the blank.
How can you tell which of your Latin words are verbs?
They end in "o".
via
road
Deus
God
caelum
heaven
ambulo
I walk
laboro
I work
Derivatives: labor
habito
I live
Derivatives: habitat
judico
I judge
Derivatives: judge
libero
I free
Derivatives: liberate, liberty, liberation
narro
I tell
Derivatives: narrate, narration, narrator
supero
I conquer
Derivatives: superior
voco
I call
Derivatives: vocal, vocalize, vocalist, voice
salve
hello (to one person)
salvete
hello (to more than one person)
Derivatives: salutations
magister
teacher (male)
magistra
teacher (female)
me :o)
surge
stand up (to one person)
surgite
stand up (to more than one person)
vale
goodbye (singular)
valete
goodbye (plural - more than one person)
discipulus
student
you
discipuli
students
Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus
Holy, Holy, Holy
Dominus Deus Sabbaoth.
Lord God of Hosts.
Pleni sunt caeli et terra gloria Tua.
Heaven and earth are full of Your glory.
Hosanna in excelsis.
Hosanna in the highest.
Benedictus qui venit in nomine Domini.
Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord.
Hosanna in excelsis.
Hosanna in the highest.
Amo Jesus!
I love Jesus!
simple sentence
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End. :oD