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  1. igiturman

          

  2. magnus, magnabig, great, large, loud (voice, laugh)

          

  3. Quem...?Whom...? (sing.)

          

  4. terret, terrent (terrēre)he/she frightens/terrifies; they frighten/terrify (to frighten or terrify)

          

  5. labōrantesthem (masc.)

          

  6. magnā vōceNo! Not at all!

          

  7. advenit, adveniunt (advenīre)he/she sleeps; they sleep (to sleep)

          

  8. necesse estit is necessary

          

  9. errat, errant (errāre)he/she carries; they carry (to carry)

          

  10. Quid...?What...?

          

  11. exit, exeunt (exīre)he/she goes out; they go out (to go out)

          

  12. īrātus, īrātatroublesome, annoying

          

  13. ad vīllamto/toward/at the country house

          

  14. inquithe/she says

          

  15. Cūr...?Why...?

          

  16. cibuswolf

          

  17. lānam trahereto spin wool

          

  18. est, sunt (esse)he/she is; they are (to be)

          

  19. molestus, molestacowardly, lazy

          

  20. it, eunt (īre)he/she goes; they go (to go)

          

  21. rīdet, rīdent (rīdēre)he/she laughs/smiles; they laugh/smile (to laugh/smile)

          

  22. Italiastatue

          

  23. hodiēslowly

          

  24. Quō...?What...?

          

  25. laetus, laetabig, great, large, loud (voice, laugh)

          

  26. aestātein the summer

          

  27. vīcīnus, vīcīnaweak, shaky

          

  28. subitōwhen, where

          

  29. gemit, gemunt (gemere)he/she groans; they groan (to groan)

          

  30. ē vīllāto/toward/at the country house

          

  31. meus, meahim

          

  32. urbshis, her(s)

          

  33. cūrat, cūrant (cūrāre)he/she cleans; they clean (to clean)

          

  34. you (acc.)

          

  35. in hortuminto the garden

          

  36. nōlit, nōlunt (nōlle)he/she does not wish/want; they do not wish/want (not to wish or want)

          

  37. virnow

          

  38. Fer/Ferte auxilium!Bring help! Help!

          

  39. timet, timent (timēre)he/she sees; they see (to see)

          

  40. dēscendit, dēscendunt (dēscendere)he/she welcomes; they welcome (to welcome)

          

  41. Minime!No! Not at all!

          

  42. eumman

          

  43. Abī moleste!Alas!

          

  44. docet, docent (docēre)he/she goes out; they go out (to go out)

          

  45. salūtat, salūtant (salūtāre)he/she greets; they greet (to greet)

          

  46. if

          

  47. excipit, excipiunt (excipere)he/she makes/does; they make/do (to make or do)

          

  48. Quī...?Who...? (pl.)

          

  49. lentēall

          

  50. omnia quaewater

          

  51. respondet, respondent (respondēre)he/she replies; they reply (to reply)

          

  52. videt, vident (vidēre)he/she sits; they sit (to sit)

          

  53. redit, redeunt (redīre)he/she returns; they return (to return)

          

  54. parat, parant (parāre)he/she carries; they carry (to carry)

          

  55. fūrtimnot yet

          

  56. adiuvat, adiuvant (adiuvāre)he/she helps; they help (to help)

          

  57. sōlus, sōlano longer

          

  58. nōnnot

          

  59. Dēscende!Come down!

          

  60. observat, observant (observāre)he/she watches; they watch (to watch)

          

  61. nūntiusmessenger

          

  62. strēnuus, strēnuastrenuously, hard

          

  63. ancillanothing

          

  64. quoquealso

          

  65. calidus, calidawarm

          

  66. nōndumnot yet

          

  67. eāsthem (fem.)

          

  68. sedet, sedent (sedēre)he/she sees; they see (to see)

          

  69. eōsRome

          

  70. me

          

  71. cōnsulit, cōnsulunt (cōnsulere)he/she consults; they consult (to consult)

          

  72. Salvē!often

          

  73. vōxthem (masc.)

          

  74. Quid facit...?What is....doing? What does....do?

          

  75. cadit, cadunt (cadere)he/she/ loves; they love (to love)

          

  76. in hortōsuddenly

          

  77. Quālis...?What...?

          

  78. ipsacity

          

  79. aquawater

          

  80. saepestatue

          

  81. revocat, revocant (revocāre)he/she recalls/calls back; they recall/call back (to recall or call back)

          

  82. statuastatue

          

  83. pūrgat, pūrgant (pūrgāre)he/she takes care of/looks after; they take care of/look after (to take care of or look after)

          

  84. egowhen, where

          

  85. nihilnow

          

  86. tumat that moment, then

          

  87. coquit, coquunt (coquere)he/she falls; they fall (to fall)

          

  88. eiuscity

          

  89. Rōmānus, RōmānaRoman

          

  90. patermother

          

  91. eādemmother

          

  92. neque...nequealso

          

  93. arbortree

          

  94. tamenwhile

          

  95. dormit, dormiunt (dormīre)he/she sleeps; they sleep (to sleep)

          

  96. Rōmanow

          

  97. rīvusstream

          

  98. quodbecause

          

  99. puerboy

          

  100. Quis...?Who...? (sing.)

          

  101. īnfirmus, īnfirmatired

          

  102. portat, portant (portāre)he/she carries; they carry (to carry)

          

  103. adhūcwhile

          

  104. repellit, repellunt (repellere)he/she replies; they reply (to reply)

          

  105. fēminawoman

          

  106. dumwhile

          

  107. ibithere (location)

          

  108. vīlla rūsticacountry house and farm

          

  109. clāmorsenator

          

  110. Ēheu!Alas!

          

  111. nequethem (masc.)

          

  112. mātermother

          

  113. moxsoon, presently

          

  114. amat, amant (amāre)he/she/ loves; they love (to love)

          

  115. frīgidus, frīgidaneighboring, nearby

          

  116. spectat, spectant (spectāre)he/she watches/looks at; they watch/look at (to watch or look at)

          

  117. venit, veniunt (venīre)he/she comes; they come (to come)

          

  118. amīcafriend (masc.)

          

  119. salvus, salvahappy, glad

          

  120. prīncepsemperor

          

  121. legit, legunt (legere)he/she reads; they read (to read)

          

  122. Rōmamto Rome

          

  123. ager, agrisimmediately

          

  124. servushis, her(s)

          

  125. reprehendit, reprehendunt (reprehendere)he/she blames/scolds; they blame/scold (to blame or scold)

          

  126. fragorimmediately

          

  127. ex agrīsfrom/out of the fields

          

  128. piscīnafishpond

          

  129. iamnow

          

  130. vīllaslave-woman

          

  131. Ita vēro!Be careful!

          

  132. lūcet (lūcēre)to spin wool

          

  133. facit, faciunt (facere)he/she reads; they read (to read)

          

  134. currit, currunt (currere)he/she gets up/rises; they get up/rise (to get up or rise)

          

  135. trādit, trādunt (trādere)he/she falls; they fall (to fall)

          

  136. vult, volunt (velle)he/she is; they are (to be)

          

  137. arripit, arripiunt (arripere)he/she carries; they carry (to carry)

          

  138. Cavē!Greetings! Hello!

          

  139. ignāvus, ignāvaalone

          

  140. sub arboreunder a/the tree

          

  141. senātormother

          

  142. sollicitus, sollicitacold

          

  143. Quid faciunt...?What are...doing?

          

  144. nōmineby name, named

          

  145. multī, multaebig, great, large, loud (voice, laugh)

          

  146. cōnspicit, cōnspiciunt (cōnspicere)he/she catches sight of; they catch sight of (to catch sight of)

          

  147. temerārius, temerāriarash, reckless, bold

          

  148. surgit, surgunt (surgere)he/she gets up/rises; they get up/rise (to get up or rise)

          

  149. ambulat, ambulant (ambulāre)he/she walks; they walk (to walk)

          

  150. amīcuswolf

          

  151. rāmusmother

          

  152. quīwho

          

  153. Abīte, molestī!Go away, pests!

          

  154. Quōs...?Whom...? (pl.)

          

  155. scrībit, scrībunt (scrībere)he/she writes; they write (to write)

          

  156. sedwhen, where

          

  157. diēsfood

          

  158. omnēsall

          

  159. semperalways

          

  160. labōrat, labōrant (labōrāre)he/she lives/dwells; they live/dwell (to live or dwell)

          

  161. epistulahis, her(s)

          

  162. -neand

          

  163. nōn iamno longer

          

  164. aestāsif

          

  165. dēfessus, dēfessatroublesome, annoying

          

  166. if

          

  167. petit, petunt (petere)he/she looks for/seeks; they look for/seek (to look for or seek)

          

  168. audit, audiunt (audīre)he/she returns; they return (to return)

          

  169. etand

          

  170. vexat, vexant (vexāre)he/she annoys; they annoy (to annoy)

          

  171. puellagirl

          

  172. dūcit (dūcere)it is light/day (to be light/day)

          

  173. pictūrapicture

          

  174. potest, possunt (posse)he/she wishes/wants; they wish/want (to wish/want)

          

  175. statimimmediately

          

  176. strēnuēbranch

          

  177. etiamalso, even

          

  178. perterritus, perterritaanxious, worried

          

  179. prope rīvumgarden

          

  180. lupuswolf

          

  181. nuncbecause

          

  182. occupātus, occupātabusy

          

  183. ubinow

          

  184. silvawoods, forest

          

  185. alter, alterafield, fields

          

  186. Eugepae!Hurray!

          

  187. hortustoday

          

  188. appropinquat, appropinquant (appropinquāre)he/she approaches; they approach (to approach)

          

  189. clāmat, clāmant (clāmāre)he/she shouts; they shout (to shout)

          

  190. habitat, habitant (habitāre)he/she greets; they greet (to greet)

          

  191. tandemat last, at length

          

  192. ascendit, ascendunt (ascendere)he/she climbs; they climb (to climb)

          

  193. Ecce!also, even

          

  194. molestuspest

          

  195. brevī temporesenator

          

  196. per vīllamthe same