Cambridge Latin Course
Stage 5 - In Theātrō

Vocabulary

adest
adsunt
agricola
ambulat
audit
clāmor
contendit
currit
euge!
fābula
fābulam agit
fēmina
hodiē
iuvenis
meus
multus
multī
optimus
petit
plaudit
puella
senex
spectat
stat
turba
ubi?
urbs
venit
Study these words at QUIA and QUIZLET

Morphology

3rd Person Singular
he/she/it

adest
ambulat
audit
contendit
currit
agit
petit
plaudit
spectat
stat
venit
3rd Person Plural
they

adsunt
ambulant
audiunt
contendunt
currunt
agunt
petunt
plaudunt
spectant
stant
veniunt

N.B.  Verbs ending in -t are 3rd person singular (he/she/it), verbs ending in -nt are 3rd person plural (they).


Syntax

Directions:  Read each pair of sentences, the first one singular, the second plural.

1.  Actor adest.  Actōrēs adsunt.

2.  Puella in viā ambulat.  Puellae in viā ambulant.

3.  Canis lātrat.  Canēs lātrant.

4.  Ancilla in culīnā labōrat.  Ancillae in culīnā labōrant.

5.  Vir puerum quaerit.  Virī puerum quaerunt.

6.  Spectātor plaudit.  Spectātōrēs plaudunt.

7.  Ānulus est pulcher.  Ānulī sunt pulchrī.


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