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Chapter Seven Vocabulary. English to Latin. busy. occupatus. Adjective. working. laborantes. Participle. they watch, look at. spectant. Verb 1 st conj. messanger. nuntius. Noun 2 nd Dec. Masc. (he/she) comes. venit. Verb 4 th conj. (he/she) greets. salutat.

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Chapter seven vocabulary

Chapter Seven Vocabulary

English to Latin


busy

occupatus

Adjective


working

laborantes

Participle


they watch, look at

spectant

Verb 1st conj.


messanger

nuntius

Noun 2nd Dec. Masc.


(he/she) comes

venit

Verb 4th conj.


(he/she) greets

salutat

Verb 1st conj.


Greetings! Hello!

Salve!

Verb 2nd conj.

-singular imperative (command)


(he/she) says

inquit

Verb 3rd conj.


my

meus

Possessive Pronoun

-works like an adjective


(he/she) leads, takes

ducit

Verb 3rd conj.


(he/she) hands over

tradit

Verb 3rd conj.


Alas! (Oh no!)

Eheu!

Interjection


the emperor

princeps

Noun 3rd Dec. Masc.


to the city

ad urbem

Prepositional Phrase

Accusative case


(he/she) recalls

revocat

Verb 1st conj.

-vocare = to call


to consult

consulere

Verb 3rd conj.


to return

redire

Irreg. Verb

-based on “ire” (to go)


Hooray!

Eugepae!

Interjection


to go

ire

Irreg. verb


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