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Why study Latin?. Because it is latin, Learn English vocabulary Language foundation Get smarter Character study Higher SAT score. Rules of Latin. 1. Add –us to your name if you are a boy Add –a if you are a girl

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Why study latin

Why study Latin?

Because it is latin,

Learn English vocabulary

Language foundation

Get smarter

Character study

Higher SAT score


Rules of latin

Rules of Latin

1. Add –us to your name if you are a boy

Add –a if you are a girl

Capital letters are only for names and places, no at the beginning of a sentence.

Alphabet: no letter j

No silent letter in Latin

Letter C is always a hard sound like in Cat

Letter V is pronounced like W


Lesson ii the governor is coming adjectives words used to describe nouns

Lesson II. The Governor is coming!Adjectives (words used to describe nouns)

villasordidaest.

house dirty is.

hortussqualidusest.

garden messy iS


Lesson ii the governor is coming

Masculine nouns:

hortus (garden)

porcus (pig)

delphinus (dolphin)

mus (mouse)

taurus (bull)

Lesson II. The Governor is coming!

Feminine noun:

villa (house)

vacca (cow)

gallina (hen)

vespa (wasp)

balaena (whale)


Lesson ii the governor is coming1

Masculine adj:

sordidus

callidus

magnus

parvus

optimus

bonus

maximus

improbus

formosus

strenuus

ignavus

benignus

English meaning

dirty

wise

big/powerful/tall

small/little

best

good

greatest

naughty

famous/beautiful

energetic

lazy

kind

Lesson II. The Governor is coming!

Feminine adj:

sordida

callida

magna

parva

optima

bona

maxima

improba

formosa

strenua

ignava

benigna


What does it mean

What does it mean?

mater formosa est.

musparvusest.

pater optimus est.

porcusignavus est.


Can you describe yourself and your parents in latin

Can you describe yourself and your parents in Latin?

Jilla sum. mater sum.

mater benigna est.

Gracea sum. filia sum.

Graceacallida est.


How do you say hello and good bye in latin

How do you say “hello” and “good-bye” in Latin?

salve Hello to one person

salvete Hello to more than on person

walegood-bye”


Latin roots

Latin Roots

What animal does pork come from?

What would an equestrian statue look like?

If you scored the maximum points in a test would you be happy?

If you put minimal effort into your work, would your teacher be pleased with you?


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