Vocabulary from Ecce Romani Book 1A, Chapter 4

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  • molestus

    troublesome, annoying

    semper

    always

    vexat

    he/she annoys

    igitur

    therefore

    amat

    he/she likes, loves

    dormit

    he/she sleeps

    conspicit

    he/she catches sight of

    furtim

    stealthily

    appropinquat

    he/she approaches

    ascendit

    he/she climbs

    magnus

    big, great

    magna voce

    in a loud voice

    audit

    he/she hears, listens to

    videt

    he/she sees

    vox

    at/the voice

    terret

    he/she/it frightens

    sollicita

    anxious, worried

    tum

    at that moment, then

    Descende, Sexte

    Come down Sextus

    tu

    you (subject)

    nihil

    nothing

    te

    you ( direct object)

    Cave

    Be careful

    ramus

    a/the branch

    infirmus

    weak, shaky

    fragor

    a/the crash, noise

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