Latin Vocabulary Ch 2

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Latin Vocabulary Ch 2
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  1. mercator
    merchant
  2. amicus
    friend
  3. visitat
    is visiting
  4. villam
    house
  5. salutat
    greets
  6. pecuniam
    money
  7. numerat
    is counting
  8. argentarius
    banker
  9. salve!
    Hello!
  10. respondet
    replies
  11. quoque
    also, too
  12. in lecto
    on a couch
  13. reclines
    recumbit
  14. cantat
    is singing
  15. pavonem
    peacock
  16. coquit
    is cooking
  17. laetus
    happy
  18. audit
    hears, listens to
  19. non est
    is not
  20. cenam
    dinner
  21. exspectat
    is waiting for
  22. vituperat
    tells off, curses
  23. portat
    is carrying
  24. vinum
    wine
  25. gustat
    tastes
  26. optimus
    very good, excellent
  27. laudat
    praises
  28. dominus
    master
  29. ancilla
    slave-girl
  30. suaviter
    sweetly
  31. delectat
    pleases
  32. mox
    soon
  33. et
    and
  34. videt
    sees
  35. consumit
    eats
  36. magnifice
    magnificently, in style
  37. cenat
    eats dinner, dines
  38. spectat
    looks at
  39. laetissimus
    very happy
  40. Metella, Caesilius, and mercator are nouns. Nouns often idicate people (e.g., Metella, Caesilius, mercator) or animals (e.g., ancilla, canis), places (e.g., villa hortus), and things (e.g., cena, cibus).
  41. Metella (nominative case) vs. Metellam (accusative case)
  42. Caecilius (nominative case) vs. Caecilium (accusative case)
  43. mercator (nominative case) vs. mercatorem (accusative case)
  44. Metella Grumionem laudat.
    Metella praises Grumio.
  45. amicus Metellam salutat.
    The friend greets Metella.
  46. Notice the word order between Latin and English:

    coquus culinam intrat.
    The cook enters the kitchen.

    Clemens vinum portat.
    Clems carries the wine.
  47. friend
    amicus
  48. slave-girl
    ancilla
  49. dinner
    cela
  50. food
    cibus
  51. master
    dominus
  52. sleeps
    dormit
  53. tastes
    gustat
  54. enters
    intrat
  55. happy
    laetus
  56. praises
    laudat
  57. table
    mensa
  58. merchant
    mercator
  59. also, too
    quoque
  60. greets
    salutat
  61. toga
    toga
  62. tunic
    tunica

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