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Sentiō , sentīre , sēnsī , sēnsum = to feel, perceive, think Mittō , mittere , mīsī , mīssum = to send Intellegō , intellegere , intellēxī , intellēctum = to understand Etiam = even Autem = however ; moreover Bene = well, satisfactorily, quite

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  • Sentiō, sentīre, sēnsī, sēnsum = to feel, perceive, think

  • Mittō, mittere, mīsī, mīssum = to send

  • Intellegō, intellegere, intellēxī, intellēctum = to understand

  • Etiam = even

  • Autem = however; moreover

  • Bene = well, satisfactorily, quite

  • Neque, nec = and not, nor

  • Neque…neque, nec…nec = neither…nor

  • Quod = because

  • Cārus, -a, -um = dear

  • Amīcus, -a, -um = friendly

  • Īdem, eadem, idem = the same


  • Caput, capitis (n) = head; leader; beginning; chapter

  • Cōnsul, cōnsulis (m) = consul

  • Nēmō, nēminem, nullīus (m/f) = nobody, no one

  • Ego, meī = I

  • Tū, tuī = you

  • Is, ea, id = he, she, it


Personal Pronouns

This time… it’s personal.


1st Person

Genitive plural may also appear as nostrum.


2nd Person

Genitive plural may also appear as vestrī


3rd person, masculine


3rdPerson, feminine


3rdperson, neuter


Usually the pronoun +dem

Idem means the same


  • Idem = the same thing

  • Īdem = the same man

  • Eīdem = to the same man/woman/thing

  • Eōsdem = the same them (probably say “the same people”)

Examples


  • Ego amō.

    versus

  • Amō.

Nominative forms for emphasis.


  • Vōbīs

  • Nōbīs

  • Nōs

  • Vōs

  • Tuī

  • Meī

  • Mihi

  • Tibi

  • To/for you all

  • By/with/from us

  • We (us)

  • You all

  • Of you/your

  • My

  • To/for me

  • To/for you

Translate according to case and number.


  • His

  • Their (masc.)

  • Its

  • To him

  • By/w./fr. Her

  • They (fem)

  • To/for it

Translate into Latin.


  • Hītibi id dabunt.

  • Beneestmihi quod tibibene est.

  • Omnēs idem sentiunt.

  • Nectēcum possum vīverenec sine tē.

  • Pecūniameiusmihidabunt.

Translate.


9. Define intelligible:A. Highly modernB. Clear to the mindC. hard-workingD. A cargo ship10. Define capitulate:A. foot-likeB. opportunisticC. PomiferousD. To draw up in chapters; enumerate


  • Decline tū, tuī(singular and plural, of course)

  • Translate forms of tū, tuī.

  • Decline the neuter 3rd person personal pronoun id.

  • Translate:

    • Da id mihi.

    • Ad mortem tēcōnsul et senātusdūceredēbent.

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