Is it stupid to learn to roll the sword?

Campus B 1 new. Vocabulary

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1 Campus B 1 new. Learning vocabulary lesson 1: Learning vocabulary puella serva silva via vīlla avus campus equus mūrus servus vīcus et the girl, the friend the slave, the servant the forest the path, the street the house, the country house the grandfather the field, the free space the horse Wall the slave, the servant the village, the alley and, too

2 Lesson 2: Learning vocabulary in T esse est sunt rīdēre nōn cūr? pārēre monēre dēbēre quid? timēre oculus dolēre Homilia serva nunc Adv. tacēre to be, there is he (she, it) is they are laughing, not laughing at why? obey admonish, have to admonish, should what? fear, fear, hurt eyes, hurt the slave Homilia now, now keep silent, keep silent

3 Lesson 3: Learning vocabulary in T hīc Adv. Dominus ibī Adv. Sedēre sed respondēre quis? augēre neque neque ... neque terrēre lingua nam here the gentleman sit there but who answer? enlarge, multiply and not, not even neither ... nor frighten the language, the speech, namely

4 Lesson 4: Learning vocabulary in T gaudēre, gaudeō amīcus docēre, doceō studēre, studeō tabula tenēre, teneō praebēre, praebeō iam Adv. Prīmō Adv. Tum Adv. Rēctē Adv. Nōn iam saepe Adv. Numquam Adv. teach oneself, study the (writing) blackboard, hold the painting, hold on, own give, hold out already, already; now first there, then, then, right then, rightly not often never

5 Lesson 5: Learning vocabulary in T sonus latēre, lateō subitō Adv. Gladius torquēre, torqueō scelerātus flēre, fleō placēre, placeō cui? statim Adv. etiam iterum Adv. itaque tantum Adv. (added) Lingua tantum servōs terret. the tone, the sound, the noise being hidden suddenly turning the sword; torment the criminals cry, cry please whom? immediately also, even again, for the second time, therefore only only the language frightens the slaves.

6 Lesson 6: Learning vocabulary in T cibus habēre, habenō complēre, compleō cōpia aqua ventus dēlēre, dēleō adhūc Adv. Populus Aeolus deus profectō Adv. Grātia grātiam habēre semper Adv Crowd, the supply the water the wind destroy, destroy until now, nor the people Aeolus (the god of the winds) the god, the deity certainly, actually thanking thanks, always be thankful

7 Lesson 7: Learning vocabulary in T valēre, valeō valē! valēte! lacrima vidēre, videō movēre, moveō tandem Adv. mox Adv. turba patēre, pateō īnsula Rōma amīca laetitia be healthy, be strong, have an influence, good-bye! farewell! see the tear move, finally impress soon the (people) crowd open the island; the apartment block rome the girlfriend the joy

8 Lesson 8: Learning vocabulary in T domina rogāre, rogō amāre, amō parāre, parō labōrāre, labōrō vocāre, vocō properāre, properō cēna fīlia intrāre, intrō mēnsa ōrnāre, ōrnō sīc, dēlectāre asks, dēlectāre, dēlectāre love prepare, plan (with inf.); acquire, work, make an effort, name, call, hurry, hurry the meal, enter the daughter's meal, set up the (dining) table, decorate it, enjoy, entertain

9 Lesson 9: Learning vocabulary in T familia bene Adv. Cēnāre, cēnō spectāre, spectō unde? diū Adv. dubitāre, dubitō Rōmānus pūgna pūgnāre, pūgnō superāre, superō Syria patria prōvincia Eurōpa Asia Āfrica dolus iniūria captīvus fīlius Look at the family to eat well, look at it, look from where? to doubt for a long time; hesitating (m. Inf.) the Romans, the inhabitants of Rome the fight to defeat, overcome, surpass Syria the homeland the province Europe Asia Africa the ruse, the deception the injustice, the insult of the prisoner of war the son

10 Lesson 10: Learning vocabulary in T exspectāre, exspectō venīre, veniō audīre, audiō nihil lūdus scīre, sciō Crēta dēsīderāre, dēsīderō patriam dēsīderāre ubī? nescīre, nesciō Sicilia Aetna Vulcānus habitāre, habitō wait (for), expect come hear nothing the game; know, know, understand the school Crete (island in the Mediterranean) yearn for, miss you yearn for home where? do not know, do not know, do not understand Sicily (island in the Mediterranean) Etna (volcano in Sicily) volcano (us) (god of fire) live, inhabit

11 Lesson 11: Learning vocabulary in T discipulus libenter Adv. Ingenium cōnsilium Capitōlium forum aedificium cūria templum dea Sāturnus Concordia aedificāre, aedificō porta beneficium frūmentum dōnum verbum the student likes the gift, the talent, the understanding, the advice, the decision, the plan Council the Capitol (the most important hill in Rome) the forum, the market square the building the Curia (the meeting building of the Senate) the temple the goddess Saturn (the god of seed and time) Concordia (the goddess of unity) build the gate the benevolence the Grain the gift the word, the utterance

12 Lesson 12: Learning vocabulary in T basilica ad prep. M. Acc. Ad basilicam esse ad basilicam properāre ante prep. M. Acc. Ante vīllam; ante cēnam umbra post prep. m. acc. post vīllam; post cēnam ōrnāmentum cum prep. m. oj. quīnque including septem including probāre, probō pretium indicāre, indicō sine prep. m. oj. sine amīcō ē / ex prep. m. oj. ē patriā; ex Āfricā in prep. m. oj. in aquā manēre, maneō in prep. m. acc. in aquam the market hall, the court hall to, at, after, an at the market hall to the market hall rush in front of the country house; before eating the shadow behind, after behind the country house; after eating the jewelry, check the jewelry with, along with five seven, prove to find good the price, show the value, report without without the friend from, from ... from the home; from Africa in, on, on, at (where?) stay in the water, (he) wait in (... into), after (where?) into the water

13 Lesson 13: Learning vocabulary in T ego Nom. Tū Nom. -Ne Vidēsne aedificium? vōs Nom. mihi Dat. mē Acc. tēcum nōs Nom. vōbīscum nōs Acc. tibi Dat. nōbīs Dat. vōbīs Dat ) Particles in you. Question (untranslated) Do you see the building? you (stresses) me me with you we (stresses) with you us you we call yourselves loudly, scream, wander around, find (to be) wrong, invent you without me

14 Lesson 14: Learning vocabulary in T sex including octō including decem including imperium novus, a, um -que (appended) servī servaeque multus, a, um multī, ae, a cūnctī, ae, a Rōmānus, a, um bonus , a, um magnus, a, um ut laudāre, laudō tuus, a, um narrāre, narrō dē m. oj. dē templō dē lūdō narrāre meus, a, um parvus, a, at six eight ten the command, the rule, the empire new, unusual and slaves many many all (together) Roman good, big, meaningful like praise your telling from, from ... her, from ... away, from ... down; about the temple down from the game / about the game tell my little, little

15 Lesson 15: Learning vocabulary in T vir, virī m puer, puerī m ager, agrī m magister, magistrī m imperāre, imperō populīs imperāre niger, nigra, nigrum pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum līber, lībera, līberum miser, misera, miserum vīta noster , nostra, nostrum vester, vestra, vestrum the man the boy, the boy the field, the field, the area of ​​the teacher, the master command, rule (over) over (the) peoples rule black, dark beautiful free poor, pathetic, unhappy life our yours

16 Lesson 16: Learning vocabulary in T duo, duae, duo carrus stāre, stō dīcere, dīcō nūntius mittere, mittō scrībere, scrībō relinquere, relinquō dūcere, dūcō trahere, trahō ostendere, ostendō oppidum. from oppidō / ā basilicā per prep. m. Akk.Campānia vīnea two of the wagons, the carts say stand, the messenger speak, let the message (go), send, throw, write, describe, leave, leave behind, lead, drag, drag, show , explain the city (the small town) the Vesuvius (volcano in Campania) from, from ... from the city / from the market hall (from) through, through Campania (landscape south of Rome) the vineyard, the vine

17 Lesson 17: Learning Vocabulary in T ēdūcere, ēdūcō cōnsistere, cōnsistō dēdūcere, dēdūcō addūcere, addūcō bibere, bibō portāre, portō vīnum auxilium adesse, adsum amīcō adesse dēseble, aēsum to stop, to stand up, to lead away, to lead to, to induce bring a drink, to carry the wine, the help to be there, help to help the friend to be absent, to be absent, died, dead; Subst. The dead can full

18 Lesson 18: Learning vocabulary in T facere, faciō sacrum sacrum facere autem (followed by) Puerī autem tacent. dēscendere, dēscendō nōnne? Nônne servus it? magis quam Quam pulchrum est templum! magis ... quam capere, capiō aspicere, aspiciō quattuor including quīn? summus, a, in order to make, do, act the sacrifice, the sanctuary make a sacrifice, but sacrifice, on the other hand the boys are silent. do not descend (perhaps)? Are you not (perhaps) a slave? more than how beautiful is the temple! more ... than grasp, take; conquer behold, behold four why not? the highest, supreme

19 Lesson 19: Learning vocabulary in T senātor, senātōris m mercātor, mercātōris m vēndere, vēndō clārus, a, um imperātor, imperātōris m honor, honōris m in honōre esse hodiē adv. Tantus, aō, um creāre pet, creōet eater , uxōris f apud prep. m. acc. apud amīcōs the senator the merchant, the trader sell clear, bright, famous the commander, the general, the emperor the honor, the honorary office in honor, be respected today so great, so much create, choose, seek, (he) strive, ask, demand it is allowed, it is possible to be the wife of friends

20 Lesson 20: Learning vocabulary in T mulier, mulíeris f quia Subj. Sē acc./Abl. quod subj. dum subj. animus in animō habēre mālle, mālō velle, volō amor, amōris m soror, sorōris f sī subj. fūr, fūris m clāmor, clāmōris m pecūnia vīgintī indekl. quamquam subj. līber nōre, līl die because because; that while, until the spirit, the courage, the disposition have in mind, prefer wanting to want the love the sister if, in case the thief does not want to release the screaming, the noise the money, the fortune twenty though liberate

21 Lesson 21: Learning vocabulary in T salūtāre, salūtō salvē! salvēte! frāter, frātris m pater, patris m māter, mātris f tam tam ... quam Capua nōn tam pulchra est quam Rōma. cīvitās, cīvitātis f Latīnus, a, um lībertās, lībertātis f Sulla m potestās, potestātis f voluntās, voluntātis f cārus, a, um herī Adv. servitūs, servitūtis f (be) greetings, greetings! greetings! the brother the father the mother so so ... like Capua is not as beautiful as Rome. the community, the state in Latin the freedom Sulla (Roman politician in the 1st century BC) the authority, the power of the will, the intention dear, dear, valuable yesterday slavery

22 Lesson 22: Learning vocabulary in T antīquus, a, um Iuppiter, Iovis m caelum terra Minerva Diāna bēstia Neptūnus Mercurius cēterī, ae, a dare, dō varius, a, um servāre, servō sōlum Adv. ancient Jupiter (highest god of the Romans) the sky the earth, the land Minerva (goddess of wisdom) Diana (goddess of the hunt) the (wild) animal Neptune (god of the sea) Mercury (messenger of the gods) the rest give colorful, different, diverse preserve, save; watch only report my assessment

23 Lesson 23: Learning vocabulary in T amphitheātrum propter prep. M. Acc. Propter amōrem gladiātor, gladiātōris m pars, partis f (Gen. Pl. -Ium) urbs, urbis f (Gen. Pl. -Ium) prīmus, a, um victor, victōris m exercēre, exerceō mors, mortis f (Gen. Pl. -ium) dolor, dolōris m vel aqua vel vīnum negōtium interficere, interficiō annus virtūs, virtūtis f the amphitheater because of the love of the gladiator the part, the side the City; practice, train the city of Rome the first of the winners; torment death of pain or water or wine giving up the business; kill the matter, destroy the year bravery, efficiency, achievement

24 Lesson 24: Learning vocabulary in T sōl, sōlis m regiō, regiōnis f homō, hominis m nātiō, nātiōnis f multitūdō, multitūdinis f mōns, montis m (Gen. Pl. -Ium) fōns, fontis m (Gen. Pl. -Ium ) magnitūdō, magnitūdinis f hōra multās hōrās surgere, surgō decimus, a, um leō, leōnis m āmittere, āmittō vītam āmittere nisī subj Much the mountain the source, the origin the greatness erect for many hours the hour; rise, rise, the tenth the lion surrender, lose lose his life if not

25 Lesson 25: Learning vocabulary in T circus circus Maximus nōndum Adv. Anteā Adv. Prīmum Adv. Augustus Caesar, Caesaris m altus, a, um sub prep. M. Acc. Sub carrum trahere an (in the question) cūrāre, cūrō equum cūrāre familiam cūrāre sub prep. m. oj. sub carrō esse mīrus, a, um timor, timoris m malus, a, um perīculum the circus, the racetrack Circus Maximus (racetrack for chariot races in Rome) not before, earlier first, first, for the first time Augustus (first Roman emperor 27 BC. 14 AD) Caesar; Pull the emperor up, deep under (where?) under the carriage or (perhaps) care for it, care for the horse care for the family care under (where?) under the carriage are amazing, strange the fear, the fear bad, the bad danger

26 Lesson 26: Learning vocabulary in T esse, sum, fuī lūx, lūcis f dī! Vok. Cum Subj. Cadere, cadō complēre, compleō, complēvī vōx, vōcis f magnā vōce flēre, fleō, flēvī mōnstrum dēlēre, dēleō, dēlēvī tēctum nox, noctis f (Gen. Pl. -Ium) posse, salum salūtis f fuga velle, volō, voluī posteā adv. to be, there is light, daylight (oh) gods! when suddenly); (always) when falling fill up, fill up the voice, the utterance, the sound in a loud voice, weep, weep, destroy the monster, destroy the roof; the house the night can want the health, the rescue, the greeting, the happiness the escape afterwards, later

27 Lesson 27: Learning vocabulary in T līberī, līberōrum m Pl. Fābula dīvitiae, ārum f Pl. Is, ea, id dīc! modestia iacēre, iaceō luxuria dūc! temptāre, temptō tenebrae, tenebrārum f pl. thermae, ārum f pl. castra, castrōrum n pl. reliquiae, reliquiārum f pl. the children the story, the story, the play the wealth of this, this, this; he, she, say it! speak! modesty and decency lie in luxury and pomp! attack; try the darkness, the darkness the warm baths, the thermal baths the camp the remnant, the remnant, the ruin

28 Lesson 28: Learning Vocabulary in T manēre, maneō, mānsī monumentum sentīre, sentiō, sēnsī aspicere, aspiciō, aspexī scrībere, scrībō, scrīpsī ōra dūcere, dūcō, dūxī studium dīcere, augēreō, augeīxīo, statua , torsī Herculēs, is m mittere, mittō, mīsī dare, dō, dedī stāre, stō, stetsī etsī cadere, cadō, cecidī suus, a, um occidere, occidō, óccidī āmittere, āmittō, āmīsī trahere, respondeīēre., trére , respondī enim (re-enacted) rīdēre, rīdeō, rīsī praestāre, praestō, praestitī m. acc. to stay, (he) wait feel the monument, think, perceive, look at, write, describe the coastline, attract employment, commitment, say the interest, speak the statue look! look there! looks! look there! enlarge, multiply, rotate; torment Hercules (legendary hero) (let go), send, throw, give stand, even if, although falling, you fall (to the ground), perish, sink, give up, lose drag, pull answer, because laughing, laughing at granting, performing, demonstrate

29 Lesson 29: Learning vocabulary in T venīre, veniō, vēnī sedēre, sedeō, sēdī Eurystheus m duodecim including quattuordecim including labor, labōris m secundus, a, um tertius, a, um quārtus, a, um ita Adv. Iūnō, ōnis f vidēre, videō, vīdī vincere, vincō, vīcī interficere, interficiō, interfēcī quīntus, a, um Augīās, Augīae m rēx, rēgis m relinquere, relinquō, relīquī vix adv. invenīre, inveniō, facnīum, fēcīum, fēnīum agō, ēgī comprehendere, comprehendō, comprehendī dēscendere, dēscendō, dēscendī fluvius capere, capiō, cēpī cōnsilium capere vertere, vertō, vertī movēre, moveō, mōvī arma, armōrum n pl Effort the (the, the) second, favorable the (the, the) third the (the, the) fourth so see Juno (wife of Jupiter, goddess of marriage and women) conquer, surpass, kill, annihilate the ( those who, the) fifth Augias (mythical king) leave the king, hardly leave behind, find (only) with difficulty, invent the act, the deed, make the fact, do, act act, drive, negotiate, understand, seize, arrest, descend, grasp, take; Conquering a plan (decision) turning, turning, moving, impressing the device, the weapons

30 Lesson 30: Learning vocabulary in T gaudēre m. Oj. auxiliō gaudēre labōrāre m. oj. dolōribus labōrāre dolēre m. oj. iniūriā dolēre carēre, careō m. oj. amīcīs carēre līber, a, um (ā) m. oj. līber (ā) timōre officium eō annō tamen nocte paulō post Plūtō, Plūtōnis m prohibēre, prohibeō (ā) m. oj. (ā) lacrimīs prohibēre Cerberus ostendere, ostendō, ostendī servāre (ā m. oj.) prīmā lūce eā hōrā to be happy about the help happy to suffer from suffering, to be in need / worry because of pain being sad about an injustice to be free from, to be without (something), not to have no friends, to be free of free from fear of service, duty, feeling of duty this year nevertheless, but at night (a) little later Pluto (god of the underworld ) prevent, prevent from (the) tears, prevent from crying Cerberus (the three-headed hellhound) show, explain, protect, save (from) at dawn in this hour

31 Lesson 31: Learning vocabulary in T Trōiānus, a, um Graecus, a, um putāre, putō certē / certō Adv. Bellum paulātim Adv. Cēdere, cēdō, cessī petere, petō, petīvī cōnsistere, cōnsistō, cōnvertī alius, alia, ali , animadvertō, animadvertī m. AcI / acc. Lāocoōn, Lāocoontis m honestus, a, um cōnstat Cōnstat Herculem hominibus adfuisse. trojan; Noun the Trojan, the inhabitant of Troy Greek; Subst. The Greeks believe, certainly mean, certainly the war will gradually go, give in, seek refuge, strive, ask, demand to stand still, stop, stand up another notice Laocoon (Trojan priest) honorable, respected, it is known it is certain It is known that Hercules helped / helped the people.

32 Lesson 32: Learning vocabulary in T Dīdō, Dīdōnis f cīvis, cīvis m (Gen. Pl. -Ium) Aenēās, Aenēae m sibi Dat.quaerere, quaerō, quaesīvī sēcum cōgitāre, cōgitō pius, aī marītītīus, vīvere, vīvō, vīxī oportet Tē venīre oportet. Carthāgō, Carthāginis f fīnis, fīnis m (Gen. Pl. -Ium) Dido (Queen Carthage) the citizens of Aeneas (Trojans and ancestor of the Romans) want to acquire, seek, ask with oneself, think to oneself, intend pious, just, dutifully come together, fit together, visit the husband live it is proper, it is necessary it is necessary that you come. You have to come. Carthage (city in North Africa) the end, the frontier, the goal, the purpose; Pl. The area

33 Lesson 33: Learning Vocabulary in T Latīnī, Latīnōrum m Pl. Mūnīre, mūniō circum Prep. M. Acc. Circum mūrōs Latīnus dēspērāre, dēspērō dē salūte dēspērāre Turnus spērāreāre ferrānār Turnus spērāreā, spērō dēmōnstrīrō, caedere, caedō, cecīdī dōnāre, dōnō venia quidem Adv. occīdere, occīdō, occīdī the Latins (tribe in Italy) build, fortify, protect around, around ... around the walls (around) Latinus (king of the Latins) die Give up hope, despair, give up hope of salvation. Turnus (leader of the Rútulians, opponent of Aeneas) expect, prove hope, expound insolence, boldness wound, hurt, dishonor the iron; raise the gun; rise up, stand up, fell Italy, kill, give favors; Forbearance, forgiveness, of course, of course, at least, to knock down, to kill

34 Lesson 34: Learning vocabulary in T Faustulus ācer, ācris, ācre bibere, bibō, bibī pellere, pellō, pepulī celer, celeris, celere tamquam sīgnum Rōmulus / Remus iuvenis, iuvenis m comes, comitis m / f mīles, mīlitis mōellere , reppulī Faustulus (shepherd who discovered Romulus and Remus) energetically, vigorously, drinking sharply, pushing, hitting, (displacing) quickly adv. as subj. as if, as if the mark, the sign; the statue Romulus / Remus (twin brothers and legendary founders of Rome) the young man; Adj. Young the companion, the companion, the companion of the soldier push back, reject, drive away

35 Lesson 35: Learning vocabulary in T locus ūnus, a, um ūnus ē / ex m. Oj. fortis, e trīstis, e dēfendere, dēfendō, dēfendī (ā m. oj.) trēs, trēs, tria Amūlius accūsāre, accūsō turpis, e postquam subj. Numitor, Numitōris m dulcis, e crūdēlis, e omnis., e the place Place, the place of one, one single one of strong, brave, sad, unkind to fend off, defend (in front of / against) three accuse Amulius (King of Alba Longa, brother of Numitor), accuse indecent, ugly, shameful after, as Numitor (King from Alba Longa, grandfather of Romulus and Remus) pleasant, sweet cruel everyone, whole; Pl. All

36 Lesson 36: Learning vocabulary in T quī, quae, quod idōneus, a, um dēligere, dēligō, dēlēgī condere, condō, condidī maximē Adv. Opportūnus, a, um nātūra multum Adv , accipiō, accēpī which, which, which; those who keep, hide, what to choose appropriately; build, found most, especially suitable, favorable nature, essence, constitution have very, much great influence the Aventine (hill of Rome on the Tiber) struggle, struggle; rush; claim the Palatine Hill (one of the seven hills of Rome) Titus Livius (famous Roman historian, 59 BC. 17 AD) received, experienced, accepted

37 Lesson 37: Learning vocabulary in T et ... et arcessere, arcessō, arcessīvī commūnis, e tūtus, a, um hostis, hostis m (Gen. Pl. -ium) occupāre, occupō quemadmodum fortūna glōria inānis, e crēdere, crēdō, crēdidī both ... as well as summoning, fetching together, generally safe occupying the enemy (the enemy of the country), entrusting in whatever way fate, happiness, fame, honor believe empty, worthless, entrust

38 Lesson 38: Learning Vocabulary in T cūra quandō? beātus, a, um aestās, aestātis f vītam agere mōs, mōris m Sabīnus, a, um cōnfirmāre, cōnfirmō omittere, omittō, omīsī aperīre, aperiō, aperuī Hersilia the care, the worry when? happy, rich the summer live a life, live the custom, the custom; Pl. The character Sabine; Subst. The Sabines (tribe living near Rome) affirm, encourage, strengthen give up, leave aside, uncover, open Hersilia (the wife of Romulus)

39 Lesson 39: Learning vocabulary in T gerere, gerō, gessī bellum gerere Tatius stultus, a, um ergō Adv. Spurius Tarpēius cōpia resistere, resistō, restitī praemium appetere, appetō, appetīvī Tarpēia concēdere, concēdō, concessī aureus, a, um perform, wage war wage war Tatius (King of the Sabines) so stupid, hence Spurius Tarpeius (Roman commander) the multitude, the stock, the possibility; Pl. The troops stop; Resist the reward, strive for the reward, want to have it; attack Tarpeia (daughter of Spurius Tarpeius) allow, give in, concede golden, made of gold

40 Lesson 40: Learning vocabulary in T metus, metūs m Tarquinius Superbus superbus, a, um Brūtus gemitus, gemitūs m portus, portūs m pertinēre, pertineō ad m. Akk. Vultus, vultūs m manus, manūs f tālis, e laetus, a, um igitur adv. the fear Tarquinius Superbus (last Etruscan king of Rome) proud, arrogant Brutus (liberator of Rome) the sighs that concern the sadness of the port belong (to) extend (to) the face, the facial expression; Pl. The facial features the hand; the crowd (of armed men) like that, one like that, so happy; fertile therefore, consequently

41 Lesson 41: Learning vocabulary in T rēs, reī f causa medius, a, um mediā in turbā Lucrētia rēs pūblica perniciēs, perniciēī f rēs adversae f Pl. Rēs futūrae f Pl. Rēs secundae f Pl. Spēs, speī f diēs, diēs the matter, the thing, the thing the thing, the cause, the reason; the process of the middle, in the middle (of) in the middle of the crowd Lucretia (heroine of early Roman history) the state the ruin, the annihilation the misfortune the future the happiness the expectation, the hope the day