word of the day. NOTES: *1 a day *Alternate words/phrases *Use in a sentence *Review previous by asking students to use in sentences. Latin i-B clc Unit 2 (Stages 13-20). word of the day. odious. odi ōsus. ‘hateful’. Cough syrup is so odious, it makes me want to gag!.
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*1 a day
*Use in a sentence
*Review previous by asking students to use in sentences
Latin i-B clc Unit 2 (Stages 13-20)
Cough syrup is so odious,
it makes me want to gag!
Latin i-B vesuvius - cruel schoolmaster (1)
Sigmund is so taciturn that it is hard
to know how he is feeling.
Latin i-B vesuvius - cruel schoolmaster (2)
Those branches provide excellent umbrage for our picnic.
Latin i-b vesuvius - cruel schoolmaster (3)
Pollution has a deleterious effect
Latin i-b vesuvius - cruel schoolmaster (4)
Put this salve on your bee-sting
to help heal it.
Latin i-B vesuvius - cruel schoolmaster (5)
The bestiary says that dogs
are a man’s best friend.
Latin i-b vesuvius - cruel schoolmaster (6)
What sort of edifice are they building
Latin i-B Stage 13 (1)
cantō, cantāre, cantāvī
While saying the incantation,
the witches added the final ingredient.
Latin i-B Stage 13 (2)
Zittia lives with her mother,
who is the custodial parent.
Latin i-B Stage 13 (3)
dīco, dīcere, dīxī
What sort of mood
does this poet’s diction create?
Latin i-B Stage 13 (4)
trāhō, trahere, trāxī
I wear Stride-Rite shoes because
they give me the best traction.
Latin i-B Stage 13 (5)
‘not any, no’
Jane asked for her marriage to be annulled when she found out she married a dog.
Latin i-B Stage 13 (6)
We, the people of the United States,
do ordain and establish this Constitution.
Latin i-B Stage 13 (7)
adveniō, advenīre, advēnī
With the advent of television,
kids never play outside anymore!
Latin i-B Stage 13 (8)
We expect you to behave with decorum while on the field trip.
Latin i-B Stage 14 (1)
After his death, Romulus was deified
and became known as ‘Quirinus.’
Latin i-B Stage 14 (2)
Infidelity is a major cause
of the breakup of marriages.
Latin i-B Stage 14 (3)
lavō, lavāre, lāvī
Go to the lavatory and wash up;
you look filthy!
Latin i-B Stage 14 (4)
Those fancy robes make you look
Latin i-B Stage 14 (5)
Some emperors use donatives to bribe
their soldiers to be loyal.
Latin i-B Stage 14 (6)
If Kookina weren’t so domineering,
more people would be friends with her!
Latin i-B Stage 14 (7)
Hollywood celebrities always seem
to have extramarital relationships.
Latin i-B Stage 14 (8)
claudō, claudere, clausī
Whenever Poopina gets into an elevator, her claustrophobia really affects her.
Latin i-B Stage 15 (1)
For serious infractions of driving laws
you could lose your license.
Latin i-B Stage 15 (2)
impediō, impedīre, impedīvī
Gorphondus’ dyslexia was a serious impediment to his ability to learn language.
Latin i-B Stage 15 (3)
teneō, tenēre, tenuī
Because of his incontinence, Jorge’s mother put a plastic sheet over his mattress.
Latin i-B Stage 15 (4)
The snake’s body slithered along the ground in an undulating motion.
Latin i-B Stage 15 (5)
If you attend the United States Naval Academy, you will study nautical charts.
Latin i-B Stage 15 (6)
The citizens were so displeased with the king’s taxes that they burned him in effigy.
Latin i-B Stage 15 (7)
This closet is so commodious that I can fit all of my 5,000 pairs of shoes!
Latin i-B Stage 15 (8)
The auxiliary troops were sent into battle when all the main forces perished.
Latin i-B Stage 16 (1)
Hoopaloopa retained counsel when she was sued by her ex-boyfriend.
Latin i-B Stage 16 (2)
Most ancient Romans considered dormice coated in honey to be a delectable treat.
Latin i-B Stage 16 (3)
Bogmeister is the consummate student; he studies every night and always does well.
Latin i-B Stage 16 (4)
faber / ‘workman’
1. It will take the factory a long time to fabricate those complicated parts.
2. The judge believes that the criminal fabricated his entire alibi.
Latin i-B Stage 16 (5)
Tomatoes tend to flourish when supplied with plenty of water and sunshine.
Latin i-B Stage 16 (6)
‘to put, place’
The juxtaposition of the words “love” and “hate” in the poem drew our attention to these two emotions.
Latin i-B Stage 16 (7)
It always seems like the teacher’s pet
can do any bad thing with impunity.
Latin i-B Stage 16 (8)
We were lucky that mother’s tumor
Latin i-B Stage 17 (1)
Almost flunking out of college was the impetus Booboo needed to study harder.
Latin i-B Stage 17 (2)
Trying to teach Latin to inanimate objects like rocks and plastic bags is useless.
Latin i-B Stage 17 (3)
recipiō, recipere, recēpī
‘to recover, take back’
Trash receptacles are scattered throughout the park so that people won’t litter.
Latin i-B Stage 17 (4)
My friend’s father had a facility for languages; he spoke over 50 of them!
Latin i-B Stage 17 (5)
Voters felt that the old, distinguished Senator had the gravitas to be President.
Latin i-B Stage 17 (6)
During the war, there was such a paucity of food that it had to be distributed a little at a time.
Latin i-B Stage 17 (7)
We often see littoral creatures such as mollusks and hermit crabs at the beach.
Latin i-B Stage 17 (8)
The stunt man did progressively more audacious stunts, until finally he died during one of them.
Latin i-B Stage 18 (1)
recusō, recusāre, recusāvī
The judge recused herself from the case, because the defendant was her cousin.
Latin i-B Stage 18 (2)
Freedom of religion and of speech are two of the sacrosanct principles of our nation.
Latin i-B Stage 18 (3)
The sweet nocturne playing on the radio set just the right mood for the romantic dinner.
Latin i-B Stage 18 (4)
From its inception, Starbucks Coffee Company has been a great success.
Latin i-B Stage 18 (5)
petō, petere, petīvī
‘seek, ask for, attack’
Five thousand residents signed a petition
to try and lower the town’s property tax.
Latin i-B Stage 18 (6)
Before chickens are sent to the
processing plant, they must be decapitated.
Latin i-B Stage 18 (7)
frangō, frangere, frēgī
Plants that are saxifrages are amazing - their roots grow into rocks!
Latin i-B Stage 18 (8)
vexō, vexāre, vexāvī
Students who constantly tap their pencils on their desks tend to vex teachers.
Latin i-B Stage 19 (1)
Despite the rest of his family’s usually quiet nature, Bobo was a vociferous opponent of the king.
Latin i-B Stage 19 (2)
Quacksnuff is an itinerant worker moving with the seasons; he never stays in one place for very long.
Latin i-B Stage 19 (3)
cogitō, cogitāre, cogitāvī
The principal stroked his beard and cogitated on the problem for several minutes.
Latin i-B Stage 19 (4)
She wanted the harp played at her wedding because of its dulcet tones.
Latin i-B Stage 19 (5)
castīgō, castīgāre, castīgāvī
Poopina castigated her son for not setting
a good example for his younger sister.
Latin i-B Stage 19 (6)
fluō, fluere, flūxī
The small nation was not prepared to handle the massive influx of refugees.
Latin i-B Stage 19 (7)
cūrō, cūrāre, cūrāvī
The museum’s curator saw to it that all the artwork was cleaned and restored.
Latin i-B Stage 19 (8)
Those domiciled in the State of New Hampshire pay no state income tax; those domiciled in Maine do.
Latin i-B Stage 20 (1)
The witch yelled imprecations from the spell book at her chosen victims.
Latin i-B Stage 20 (2)
Because Gorglevoomit was so behind in his math skills, he had to go to remediation every day.
Latin i-B Stage 20 (3)
relinquō, relinquere, relīquī
Even though the ruler was defeated in the election, he was unwilling to relinquish power.
Latin i-B Stage 20 (4)
The pottery of skilled artisans such as Glenn Smith
is considered the most valuable and prized.
Latin i-B Stage 20 (5)
Religious cults take great pains to indoctrinate
their followers in their crazed beliefs.
Latin i-B Stage 20 (6)
The thieves irrupted violently into the bank with guns blazing, terrifying all the customers.
Latin i-B Stage 20 (7)
‘to free, set free’
The “Live Free or Die” philosophy of
New Hampshire is pleasing to many Libertarians.
Latin i-B Stage 20 (8)