Latin Ch. 1B

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Latin Ch. 1B
2011-04-17 14:45:50
Latin Wheelock Vocabulary

Wheelock's Latin Vocab, Ch. 1, Conjugated Verb Forms
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  1. vidēte
    • You all see, understand!
    • 2nd Person Plural Present Active Imperatve
    • You give, offer!
    • 2nd Person Singular Present Active Imperative
  2. cōgitāte
    • You all think, ponder, consider, plan!
    • 2nd Person Plural Present Active Imperative
  3. vidē
    • You see; observe, understand! Look!
    • 2nd Person Singular Present Active Imperative
  4. vocat
    • He/she calls, summons.
    • 3rd Person Singular Present Active Indicative
  5. cōgitāmus
    • We think, ponder, consider, plan.
    • 1st Person Plural Present Active Indicative
  6. amant
    • They love, like.
    • 3rd Person Plural Present Active Indicative
  7. dēbēs
    • You owe; ought, must.
    • 2nd Person Singular Present Active Indicative
  8. videt
    • He/she sees; observes, understands.
    • 3rd Person Singular Present Active Indicative
  9. vident
    • They see; observe, understand.
    • 3rd Person Plural Present Active Indicative
  10. dēbēmus
    • We owe; ought, must.
    • 1st Person Plural Present Active Indicative
  11. datis
    • You all give, offer.
    • 2nd Person Plural Present Active Indicative
  12. amāmus,
    change to sg.
    • amō
    • I love, like.
  13. vocant,
    change to 1st pers.
    • vocamus
    • We call, summon.
  14. vidētis,
    change to sg.
    • vidēs
    • You see, observe, unsderstand.
  15. cōgitō,
    change to 3rd pers.
    • cōgitāt
    • He/she thinks, ponders, considers, plans.
  16. terret,
    change to pl.
    • terrent
    • They terrify, frighten.
  17. cōnservā,
    change to plural
    • cōnservāte
    • You all preserve, conserve, maintain!
  18. vidēte,
    change to singular
    • vidē
    • You see; obsrerve, understand!
  19. Saipe (errāre; 2nd pers. pl.)
    • Saipe errātis.
    • You all are often mistaken. You all often err.
  20. (vidēre; 1st pers. pl.) nihil
    • Vidēmus nihil.
    • We see; observe, understand, nothing.
  21. (amāre; 3rd pers. sg.) mē
    • Amāt mē.
    • He/she loves me.
  22. Quid (vidēre; 2nd pers. pl.)?
    • Quid vidētis?
    • What do you all see? (observe, understand)
  23. Vocā mē sī (errāre; 3rd pers. pl.).
    • Vocā mē sī errant.
    • Call me if they wander (err, stray).
  24. (dare; 2nd pers. pl.) nihil
    • Datis nihil.
    • You all offer, give nothing.
  25. Quid (servrāre; 1st pers. pl.)?
    • Quid servāmus?
    • What should we preserve (save, keep, guard)?
  26. Mē saepe (terrēre; 3rd pers. sg.)
    • Mē saepe terrēt.
    • He/she/it often frightens, terrifies me.
  27. Mē nōn (amāre; 3rd pers. pl.)
    • Mē nōn amant.
    • They don't love me.
  28. Monē mē sī nihil (vidēre; 2nd pers. sg.)
    • Monē mē sī nihil vides.
    • Remind (advise, warn) me if you understand (observe, see) nothing.
  29. Nothing frightens me.
    Nihil mē terret.
  30. They are saving nothing.
    Nihil servant.
  31. What must we preserve?
    Quid dēbēmus cōservāre?
  32. Advise me often, please.
    Saepe monē mē, amābō tē.
  33. To annihilate something is essentially to turn it to...
  34. An amatory poem deals with....
  35. Enter in the debit column the amount you....
  36. To admonish someone is to give him a stern....
  37. A valid argument has persuade.
  38. Mé monent, sī errō.
    They warn me if I err.
  39. Mē monet, sī errant.
    He/she warns me if they go astray (err).
  40. Monēte mē, sī errat.
    You all warn me if he/she errs!
  41. Dēbēs monēre mē.
    You ought to/must warn me.
  42. Mē terrēre nōn dēbētis.
    You all must/ought not frighten me.
  43. Nōn dēbent laudāre mē.
    They ought not praise me.
  44. "Quid dat?" "Nihil saepe dat."
    What does he/she give/offer? Often he gives nothing.
  45. Mē saepe vocant et monent.
    They often summon and advise me.
  46. Nihil videō. Quid vidēs?
    I see nothing. What do you see?
  47. Mē laudā, sī nōn errō, amābō tē.
    Please praise me if I don't err!
  48. Sī valētis, valēmus.
    If you all are well, we are well.
  49. Sī valet, valeō.
    If he/she is strong, I am strong. (Well)
  50. Sī mē amat, mē laudāre dēbet.
    If he/she loves me, he/she ought to praise me.
  51. Nōn dēbēs errāre.
    You must/ought not err (wander, go astray).
  52. Quid dēbēmus laudāre?
    What must we praise?
  53. Salvēte, discipulī!
    Greetings/hello students!
  54. Cōgitō, ergō sum.
    • I think, therefore I exist.
    • Descartes