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  1. pest
  2. cold
  3. from/out of the country house
  4. anxious, worried
  5. Roman
  6. garden
  7. he/she laughs/smiles; they laugh/smile (to laugh/smile)
  8. he/she carries; they carry (to carry)
  9. crash, noise
  10. he/she groans; they groan (to groan)
  11. always
  12. at that moment, then
  13. big, great, large, loud (voice, laugh)
  14. Who...? (pl.)
  15. safe
  16. neighboring, nearby
  17. near the stream
  18. he/she returns; they return (to return)
  19. he/she leads (to lead)
  20. warm
  21. no longer
  22. he/she gets up/rises; they get up/rise (to get up or rise)
  23. to/toward/at the country house
  24. Go away, pest!
  25. who
  26. Go away, pests!
  27. messenger
  28. he/she climbs; they climb (to climb)
  29. mother
  30. not
  31. you (nom.)
  32. now
  33. when, where
  34. slave
  35. he/she catches sight of; they catch sight of (to catch sight of)
  36. senator
  37. from/out of the fields
  38. voice
  39. he/she goes out; they go out (to go out)
  40. he/she falls; they fall (to fall)
  41. my
  42. he/she arrives/reaches; they arrive/reach (to arrive or reach)
  43. he/she looks for/seeks; they look for/seek (to look for or seek)
  44. he/she approaches; they approach (to approach)
  45. Whom...? (sing.)
  46. shout, shouting
  47. and
  48. he/she does not wish/want; they do not wish/want (not to wish or want)
  49. branch
  50. also
  51. therefore
  52. he/she runs; they run (to run)
  53. everything that
  54. many
  55. he/she reads; they read (to read)
  56. he/she sleeps; they sleep (to sleep)
  57. he/she lives/dwells; they live/dwell (to live or dwell)
  58. he/she takes care of/looks after; they take care of/look after (to take care of or look after)
  59. he/she sees; they see (to see)
  60. however
  61. to Rome
  62. working
  63. tree
  64. Where...to?
  65. Yes! Indeed!
  66. Be careful!
  67. in the summer
  68. he/she climbs down; they climb down (to climb down or go down)
  69. emperor
  70. girl
  71. wolf
  72. happy, glad
  73. day
  74. What is....doing? What does....do?
  75. there (location)
  76. What are...doing?
  77. troublesome, annoying
  78. slowly
  79. stream
  80. and...not
  81. Why...?
  82. it is necessary
  83. Who...? (sing.)
  84. in a loud voice
  85. summer
  86. still
  87. he/she frightens/terrifies; they frighten/terrify (to frighten or terrify)
  88. he/she cleans; they clean (to clean)
  89. he/she cooks; they cook (to cook)
  90. stealthily
  91. water
  92. he/she comes; they come (to come)
  93. to spin wool
  94. friend (masc.)
  95. he/she hands over; they hand over (to hand over)
  96. them (masc.)
  97. man
  98. he/she wishes/wants; they wish/want (to wish/want)
  99. he/she wanders; they wander (to wander)
  100. he/she watches/looks at; they watch/look at (to watch or look at)
  101. by name, named
  102. slave-woman
  103. busy
  104. friend (fem.)
  105. rash, reckless, bold
  106. he/she shouts; they shout (to shout)
  107. he/she recalls/calls back; they recall/call back (to recall or call back)
  108. boy
  109. all
  110. under a/the tree
  111. he/she goes; they go (to go)
  112. tired
  113. she herself
  114. immediately
  115. fishpond
  116. letter
  117. he/she sits; they sit (to sit)
  118. Greetings! Hello!
  119. today
  120. him
  121. he/she is able/can; they are able/can (to be able, can)
  122. he/she writes; they write (to write)
  123. me
  124. woman
  125. he/she blames/scolds; they blame/scold (to blame or scold)
  126. weak, shaky
  127. while
  128. his, her(s)
  129. picture
  130. Rome
  131. because
  132. he/she fears/is afraid; they fear/are afraid (to fear or be afraid)
  133. indicates a yes or no question
  134. he/she prepares/gets ready; they prepare/get ready (to prepare or get ready)
  135. he/she replies; they reply (to reply)
  136. often
  137. soon, presently
  138. through the country house
  139. city
  140. Come down!
  141. active, energetic
  142. not yet
  143. he/she teaches; they teach (to teach)
  144. food
  145. he/she watches; they watch (to watch)
  146. he/she makes/does; they make/do (to make or do)
  147. he/she grabs hold of/snatches; they grab hold of/snatch (to grab hold of or snatch
  148. cowardly, lazy
  149. if
  150. What...?
  151. woods, forest
  152. he/she hears/listens to; they hear/listen to (to hear or listen to)
  153. Whom...? (pl.)
  154. it is light/day (to be light/day)
  155. he/she/ loves; they love (to love)
  156. Italy
  157. Alas!
  158. angry
  159. the same
  160. also, even
  161. alone
  162. What sort of...?
  163. Look!
  164. he/she is; they are (to be)
  165. he/she says
  166. you (acc.)
  167. in the garden
  168. suddenly
  169. second, other, another
  170. into the garden
  171. frightened, terrified
  172. he/she walks; they walk (to walk)
  173. he/she works; they work (to work)
  174. he/she consults; they consult (to consult)
  175. I
  176. he/she helps; they help (to help)
  177. No! Not at all!
  178. at last, at length
  179. he/she annoys; they annoy (to annoy)
  180. them (fem.)
  181. Hurray!
  182. strenuously, hard
  183. he/she welcomes; they welcome (to welcome)
  184. country house and farm
  185. he/she drives off; they drive off (to drive off or drive back)
  186. country house
  187. neither...nor
  188. in a short time, soon
  189. father
  190. nothing
  191. Bring help! Help!
  192. he/she greets; they greet (to greet)
  193. statue
  194. field, fields
  195. but
  1. a vir
  2. b legit, legunt (legere)
  3. c neque
  4. d Quī...?
  5. e epistula
  6. f ignāvus, ignāva
  7. g occupātus, occupāta
  8. h -ne
  9. i ascendit, ascendunt (ascendere)
  10. j cadit, cadunt (cadere)
  11. k Dēscende!
  12. l brevī tempore
  13. m amīca
  14. n strēnuē
  15. o gemit, gemunt (gemere)
  16. p sed
  17. q in hortum
  18. r pictūra
  19. s dum
  20. t cibus
  21. u reprehendit, reprehendunt (reprehendere)
  22. v molestus, molesta
  23. w Cavē!
  24. x vult, volunt (velle)
  25. y repellit, repellunt (repellere)
  26. z salūtat, salūtant (salūtāre)
  27. aa excipit, excipiunt (excipere)
  28. ab currit, currunt (currere)
  29. ac venit, veniunt (venīre)
  30. ad salvus, salva
  31. ae petit, petunt (petere)
  32. af Abīte, molestī!
  33. ag ager, agris
  34. ah quī
  35. ai Ēheu!
  36. aj respondet, respondent (respondēre)
  37. ak aestās
  38. al quod
  39. am īrātus, īrāta
  40. an coquit, coquunt (coquere)
  41. ao ubi
  42. ap vīcīnus, vīcīna
  43. aq Quis...?
  44. ar habitat, habitant (habitāre)
  45. as quoque
  46. at īnfirmus, īnfirma
  47. au clāmat, clāmant (clāmāre)
  48. av saepe
  49. aw cōnsulit, cōnsulunt (cōnsulere)
  50. ax Ita vēro!
  51. ay magnus, magna
  52. az rāmus
  53. ba adhūc
  54. bb ex agrīs
  55. bc lūcet (lūcēre)
  56. bd molestus
  57. be Minime!
  58. bf puella
  59. bg it, eunt (īre)
  60. bh eādem
  61. bi semper
  62. bj fragor
  63. bk vīlla
  64. bl dēfessus, dēfessa
  65. bm silva
  66. bn Eugepae!
  67. bo ancilla
  68. bp aestāte
  69. bq Cūr...?
  70. br omnēs
  71. bs nōn
  72. bt laetus, laeta
  73. bu arripit, arripiunt (arripere)
  74. bv tum
  75. bw ad vīllam
  76. bx māter
  77. by pater
  78. bz Quōs...?
  79. ca fūrtim
  80. cb Italia
  81. cc cūrat, cūrant (cūrāre)
  82. cd hortus
  83. ce scrībit, scrībunt (scrībere)
  84. cf parat, parant (parāre)
  85. cg Fer/Ferte auxilium!
  86. ch diēs
  87. ci calidus, calida
  88. cj
  89. ck nōndum
  90. cl omnia quae
  91. cm amat, amant (amāre)
  92. cn
  93. co clāmor
  94. cp nunc
  95. cq dormit, dormiunt (dormīre)
  96. cr rīdet, rīdent (rīdēre)
  97. cs dūcit (dūcere)
  98. ct magnā vōce
  99. cu per vīllam
  100. cv pūrgat, pūrgant (pūrgāre)
  101. cw urbs
  102. cx eōs
  103. cy statim
  104. cz meus, mea
  105. da facit, faciunt (facere)
  106. db in hortō
  107. dc Quālis...?
  108. dd senātor
  109. de ibi
  110. df vexat, vexant (vexāre)
  111. dg audit, audiunt (audīre)
  112. dh tandem
  113. di ego
  114. dj nōn iam
  115. dk tamen
  116. dl dēscendit, dēscendunt (dēscendere)
  117. dm est, sunt (esse)
  118. dn multī, multae
  119. do Quid facit...?
  120. dp amīcus
  121. dq eās
  122. dr Quō...?
  123. ds subitō
  124. dt frīgidus, frīgida
  125. du sedet, sedent (sedēre)
  126. dv Quid faciunt...?
  127. dw alter, altera
  128. dx lupus
  129. dy portat, portant (portāre)
  130. dz Quid...?
  131. ea lentē
  132. eb nūntius
  133. ec
  134. ed prīnceps
  135. ee advenit, adveniunt (advenīre)
  136. ef nihil
  137. eg inquit
  138. eh servus
  139. ei Salvē!
  140. ej nōmine
  141. ek redit, redeunt (redīre)
  142. el igitur
  143. em docet, docent (docēre)
  144. en ambulat, ambulant (ambulāre)
  145. eo Abī moleste!
  146. ep terret, terrent (terrēre)
  147. eq surgit, surgunt (surgere)
  148. er Quem...?
  149. es Rōmam
  150. et timet, timent (timēre)
  151. eu hodiē
  152. ev rīvus
  153. ew aqua
  154. ex potest, possunt (posse)
  155. ey fēmina
  156. ez labōrat, labōrant (labōrāre)
  157. fa spectat, spectant (spectāre)
  158. fb lānam trahere
  159. fc
  160. fd nōlit, nōlunt (nōlle)
  161. fe statua
  162. ff Rōmānus, Rōmāna
  163. fg Rōma
  164. fh Ecce!
  165. fi strēnuus, strēnua
  166. fj revocat, revocant (revocāre)
  167. fk observat, observant (observāre)
  168. fl cōnspicit, cōnspiciunt (cōnspicere)
  169. fm et
  170. fn eum
  171. fo appropinquat, appropinquant (appropinquāre)
  172. fp ipsa
  173. fq videt, vident (vidēre)
  174. fr necesse est
  175. fs ē vīllā
  176. ft errat, errant (errāre)
  177. fu trādit, trādunt (trādere)
  178. fv sollicitus, sollicita
  179. fw mox
  180. fx adiuvat, adiuvant (adiuvāre)
  181. fy piscīna
  182. fz perterritus, perterrita
  183. ga puer
  184. gb vīlla rūstica
  185. gc vōx
  186. gd temerārius, temerāria
  187. ge etiam
  188. gf labōrantes
  189. gg prope rīvum
  190. gh sōlus, sōla
  191. gi eius
  192. gj neque...neque
  193. gk exit, exeunt (exīre)
  194. gl arbor
  195. gm sub arbore