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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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Senti sent re s ns s nsum to feel perceive think

  • 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


Senti sent re s ns s nsum to feel perceive think

  • 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

Personal Pronouns

This time… it’s personal.


1 st person

1st Person

Genitive plural may also appear as nostrum.


2 nd person

2nd Person

Genitive plural may also appear as vestrī


3 rd person masculine

3rd person, masculine


3 rd person feminine

3rdPerson, feminine


3 rd person neuter

3rdperson, neuter


Idem means the same

Usually the pronoun +dem

Idem means the same


Examples

  • 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


Nominative forms for emphasis

  • Ego amō.

    versus

  • Amō.

Nominative forms for emphasis.


Translate according to case and number

  • 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.


Translate into latin

  • His

  • Their (masc.)

  • Its

  • To him

  • By/w./fr. Her

  • They (fem)

  • To/for it

Translate into Latin.


Translate

  • Hītibi id dabunt.

  • Beneestmihi quod tibibene est.

  • Omnēs idem sentiunt.

  • Nectēcum possum vīverenec sine tē.

  • Pecūniameiusmihidabunt.

Translate.


Senti sent re s ns s nsum to feel perceive think

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


Chapter 11 quiz

  • 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.

Chapter 11 Quiz


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