Elementary Latin a.d. IV Nonibus Kalendis

1) Read/review ch. 7 in Wheelock on the 3rd declension.

2) Translation:

– Hiemes in Africa breves sunt.

– Aestates in America semper nimium breves sunt.

– Nonne dabitis panem multis civibus Romanis?

– Gloria in altissimis Deo et in pax hominibus bonae voluntatis. (p. 46, Wheelock).

Click below for a list of 3rd declension vocabulary words.

pater, patris. m. father

mater, matris, f. mother

frater, fratris, m. brother

soror, sororis, f. sister

pavo, pavonis, m. peacock

tempestas, tempestatis, f. weather

sol, solis. m. sun           luna, lunae. f. moon

ver, veris, n. spring

aestas, aestatis, f. summer

autumnus, autumni, m. autumn

hiems, hiemis, m. winter

panis, panis, m. bread

civis, civis, m. citizen

homo, hominis, m. human being, man

pax, pacis, f. peace

voluntas, voluntatis, f. will (as in ‘good will,’ not a ‘will and testament’)


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