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Latin 1. Review / Lesson 2. 1 st Declension. VOcabulary. NOUNS fāma , f ā mae f . – report, fame familia , familiae f. – family fortuna , fortunae f. – fortune, luck puella , puellae f. –girl terra, terrae f. – earth, land vīta , vītae f. - life. VOCAB. ADJECTIVES

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latin 1

Latin 1

Review / Lesson 2

vocabulary
VOcabulary
  • NOUNS
  • fāma, fāmaef. – report, fame
  • familia, familiaef. – family
  • fortuna, fortunae f. – fortune, luck
  • puella, puellae f. –girl
  • terra, terrae f. – earth, land
  • vīta, vītae f. - life
vocab
VOCAB
  • ADJECTIVES
  • bonus, bona, bonum – good
  • durus, a, um – hard
  • magnus, a, um – great, large
  • parvus, a, um – small
  • VERBS
  • amant (amo, amare, amavi, amatus) – (they) love, like
  • portant (porto, portare, portavi, portatus) – (they) carry
adjectives
Adjectives
  • What is an adjective?
    • A word that describes a noun.
  • Adjectives modify nouns

In Latin, adjectives must agree in GENDER, NUMBER, and CASE!

ex) magna silva – a large forest … magnaesilvae – large forests

accusative case
ACCUSATIVE CASE
  • Used to indicate the direct object of a sentence.
    • direct object = the noun that receives the action of the main verb.

ex) aquammultamportant. – they carry much water.

roman numerals
Roman Numerals
  • I = 1
  • V = 5
  • X = 10
  • L = 50
  • C = 100
  • D = 500
  • M = 1000
practice
practice

roman numerals

english number

MMXII

IX

XCV11

XXIV

2012

9

97

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