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By John C. Traupman

Conversational Latin is a superb dual-language source for exploring old and modern issues, starting from the elements to politics, in vigorous dialogs with actual Roman expression. every one bankruptcy bargains three conversations in various levels of hassle supported through topical vocabulary. Latin as a residing and very important language is showcased during this critical complement to any regular Latin process examine. Traupman's ebook offers dealing with English translation; a entire word list; and appendices on 'Yes and No in Latin,' 'Colors and Numbers,' and 'Sayings and Proverbs.' A better half audio-cassette is obtainable. certain gains Traupman's textual content allows scholars to have interaction in a single of the most efficient practices within the acquisition of language talents - talking. Latin is the language that gave start to the fashionable romance languages; it may well and will be spoken to reinforce the educational event. Conversational Latin comprises: Multi-level dialogs with real Roman expression dealing with English translation accessory marks for all phrases over syllables (new to third version) Macrons for all phrases (new to third version) various modern and historic issues (enlarged for third variation: activities part and school room commands), together with nine songs and The Pledge of Allegiance in Latin (new to 4th version) Topical vocabulary for every bankruptcy (expanded for 4th version) A entire word list that comes with the topical vocabularies for the chapters (extensive new entries extra to 4th edition-ten new pages) Appendices on 'Yes and No in Latin,' 'Colors and Numbers,' and 'Sayings and Proverbs' comparability: this can be the one conversational textual content for the research of Latin.Also available:Conversational Latin for Oral skillability CD - ISBN 0865166358Latin Aloud: Audio AP decisions from Vergil, Catullus, Ovid, Cicero, and Horace - UPC 829218000073For over 30 years Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers has produced the best quality Latin and old Greek books. From Dr. Seuss books in Latin to Plato's Apology, Bolchazy-Carducci's titles aid readers know about historical Rome and Greece; the Latin and historical Greek languages are alive and good with titles like Cicero's De Amicitia and Kaegi's Greek Grammar. We additionally function a line of latest jap eu and WWII books. a number of the components we post in comprise: decisions From The Aeneid Latin Grammar & Pronunciation Greek Grammar & Pronunciation Texts aiding Wheelock's Latin Classical writer workbooks: Vergil, Ovid, Horace, Catullus, Cicero Vocabulary playing cards For AP decisions: Vergil, Ovid, Catullus, Horace Greek Mythology Greek Lexicon Slovak tradition And historical past

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M§ter Vict«ria et Ol¿via, d¡s¿der« auxilium vestrum hod¿¡. Ego iam lect«s omn¡s str§v¿ et pav¿mentum l§v¿. Vict«ria Promptae sumus. D¿c quid vel¿s ut We are ready. Tell us what you n«s faci§mus. want us to do. M§ter Vict«ria, pr¿mum omnium, lav§ patin§s et v§sa quibus in prandi« »s¿ sumus. Victoria, first of all, wash the dishes and the pots and pans which we used at lunch. Vict«ria V¿sne etiam m¡ m¡nsam p«nere ad c¡nam? Do you also want me to set the table for dinner? M§ter Ita. Deinde pr«me aliquid v¿n¿ ¡ cell§ v¿n§ri§.

O. o. o. pugnum alicui d»cere punch tr pugn« (or pugn¿s) caed·« |ere cec¿d¿ court aul·a |ae f l»s«ria punching bag coryc·us |¿ m, foll·is |is m pugil§t«rius dribble tr & intr repercutit§re ring suggest·us |»s m pugil§t«rius dribbling repercuti·« |«nis f round congress·us |»s m; lose a round congress» vinc·«r |¿ victus sum; win a round congress» vinc·« |ere v¿c¿ center centr§l·is |is mf forward oppugn§·tor |t«ris m (·tr¿x |tr¿cis f) foul off¡ns·a |ae f; commit a foul off¡nsam committ·« |ere comm¿s¿ commissus, poen§liter ag« agere ¡g¿ foul line l¿ne·a |ae f poen§lis foul shot iact·us |»s m § l¿ne§ poen§l¿ guard cust·«s |«dis mf pass (the act) corbifollis tr§nsiecti·« |«nis f; (the passed ball) corbifollis m tr§nsiectus pass the ball corbifollem tr§ns·ici« |icere |i¡c¿ |iectus slam dunk tuxtax (per corbem) iniect·us |»s m boxing pugil§t·us |»s m, pugil§ti·« |«nis f box intr pugi(l)l§re boxer pugil |is mf boxing champion pugilum r¡x, r¡gis m; heavy-weight champion pugilum r¡x maxim¿ ponderis bowling c«n«rum l»d·us |¿ m, c«nil»di·um |¿ n bowl intr globum volut§re, c«n¿s l»dere bowling alley (single lane) c«n«rum §reol·a |ae f; (building of bowling alleys) aed·¡s |is f ad c«nil»dium bowling ball glob·us |¿ m l»s«rius, glob·us |¿ m c«n«rum bowling lane c«n«rum §reol·a |ae f bowling pin c«n·us |¿ m l»s«rius make a strike omn¡s c«n«s (l»s«ri«s) simul d¡cut·i« |ere d¡cuss¿ d¡cussus discus throwing disc¿ iact·us |»s m fishing pisc§t·us |»s m bait ¡sc·a |ae f catch, haul pisc§t·us |»s m catch fish pisc¡s capt§re Chapter V: Sports and Other Leisure Activities 47 fish intr (ham«) pisc·or |§r¿ |§tus sum; go fishing pisc§tum e« ¿re ¿v¿ or |i¿ kickoff pede puls·us |»s m initi§lis fish s pisc·is |is m linesman i»d·ex |icis m l¿ne§rius fisherman pisc§t·or |«ris m pass pedifollis tr§iect·us |»s m fish hook h§m·us |¿ m; put the bait on the hook ¡scam h§m« im·p«n« |p«nere |posu¿ |positus pass the ball to pedifollem tr§·ici« |icere |i¡c¿ |iectus ad (+ acc) kick pede puls§re, pede ¿c·« ¿cere ¿c¿ ictus fishing line l¿ne·a |ae f (pisc§t«ria) play in the first (second) half in parte pri«re (alter§) cert§minis l»dere fishing net r¡t·e |is n (pisc§t«rium) quarterback cardin§l·is |is m fishing rod calam·us |¿ m pisc§t«rius, harund·« |inis f sideline l¿ne·a |ae f later§lis punt pedifollem pede puls§re fishing tackle ¿nstr»ment·um |¿ n pisc§t«rium tackle s assult§t·or |«ris m net r¡t·e |is n touchdown: make or score a touchdown calcem (or cr¡tam) atting« |ere attig¿ att§ctus football (game) pedifolli·um |¿ n, pedil»di·um |¿ n (m«re Americ§n«) (ball) pedifoll·is |is m; play football pedifolle l»dere tackle tr stern·« |ere str§v¿ str§tus golf pilamalle·us |¿ m; play golf pilamalle« l»dere center centr§l·is |is m bunker obstr§cul·um |¿ n end (left, right) (sinister, dexter) §l§ri·us |¿ m or ext·er |er¿ m caddy cl§vig·er |er¿ m extra point p»nct·um |¿ n addit¿cium; kick an extra point pr« p»nct« addit¿ci« pede puls§re golf club cl§v·a |ae f; (driver) cl§va agit§t«ria; (iron) cl§va ferrea football player pedil»s·or |«ris m football shoes calce§ment·a |«rum npl pedifoli¿ fullback poster·us |¿ m fairway pr§t·um |¿ n perlongum golf course pilamalle¿ camp·us |¿ m golfer pilamalle¿ l»s·or |«ris m (l»str·¿x |¿cis f) green §re·a |ae f viridis hit ¿c« ¿cere ¿c¿ ictus goal line calx, calcis f, cr¡t·a |ae f hole foveol·a |ae f goal post p§l·us |¿ m portae guard s cust«s, cust«dis m miniature golf course loc·us |¿ m pilamalle¿ min»t¿ halfback s¡miposter·us |¿ m sand trap har¡n§ri·a |ae f intercept inter·cipi« |cipere |c¡p¿ |ceptus score summ·a |ae f ictuum stroke ict·us |»s m interception intercepti·« |«nis f tee gr»mul·us |¿ m interceptor intercept·or |«ris m tee off pr¿mum ¿c·« |ere ¿c¿ 48 Conversational Latin gymnastics gymnastic·a |ae f hunting dog can·is |is m v¡n§ticus balance beam t¿gn·um |¿ n aequil¿bri¿ hunting gear ¿nstr»ment·um |¿ n v¡n§t«rium gym, gymnasium gymnasi·um |¿ n hunting gun sclop¡tum |¿ n v¡n§t«rium gym shoes calce·¿ |«rum mpl gymnic¿ horizontal bar ferr·um |¿ n tr§nsversum horse ecule·us |¿ m high jump salt·us |»s m in altum hockey l»d·us |¿ m hocc¡ius, als»legi·a |ae f; play hockey hocc¡i« l»dere game (prey) v¡n§ti·« |«nis f shotgun foc¿l·e |is n bifistul§tum ice-skating (per glaciem) patin§ti·« |«nis f figure skating patin§ti·« |«nis f artifici«sa ice-skate s patin·us |¿ m blue line l¿ne·a |e f caerulea ice-skate intr (per glaciem) patin§re center centr§l·is |is mf speed skating patin§ti·« |«nis f v¡l«x defenseman d¡f¡ns·or |«ris m field hockey l»dus hocc¡ius m goal port·a |ae f; score a goal disculum in portam immitt·« |ere imm¿s¿ goalie port§ri·us |¿ m hockey stick ped·um |¿ n, ferul·a |ae f repanda left defenseman d¡f¡ns·or |«ris m sinister left wing §l§ri·us |¿ m sinister judo luct§ti·« |«nis f I»d«ica (or Iap«nica) karate luct§ti·« |«nis f car§tica lacrosse l»d·us |¿ m lacross¡nsis crosse or lacrosse stick croci·a |ae f; cradle the crosse crociam agit§re long jump salt·us |»s m in longum mountain climbing asc¡nsi·« |«nis f montium climb ascend·« |ere |¿ asc¡nsus puck discul·us |¿ m; pass the puck to disculum tr§·ici« |icere |i¡ci |iectus ad (+ acc) mountain climber asc¡ns·or |«ris m (asc¡nstr·¿x |¿cis f) montium red line l¿ne·a |ae f rubra repel f»ne d¡scend·« |ere |¿ right defenseman d¡f¡ns·or |«ris m dexter rope f»n·is |is m sc¡ns«rius right wing §l§ri·us |¿ m dexter rink stadi·um |¿ n glaci§le wing §l·a |ae f hunting v¡n§ti·« |«nis f; (the practice of hunting) v¡n§t»r·a |ae f hunt s v¡n§t·us |»s m hunt tr & intr v¡n·or |§r¿ |§tus sum pentathlon pent§thl·um |¿ n; win the pentathlon pent§thl« vinc·« |ere v¿c¿ Ping-Pong m¡ns§lis pilae l»d·us |¿ m; play Ping-Pong m¡ns§l¿ pil§ l»dere net r¡t·e |is n net ball pil·a |ae f r¡te perstring¡ns paddle p§lul·a |ae f pole vaulting salt·us |»s m pertic§rius Chapter V: Sports and Other Leisure Activities pole-vault intr pertic§ sal·i« |¿re |u¿ bar rep§gul·um |¿ n; to clear the bar rep§gulum tr§sil·i« |¿re |u¿ pole pertic·a |ae f polo als»legi·a |ae f equestris rollerskating patin§ti·« |«nis f rot§lis 49 ski s nart·a |ae f; put on skis nart§s pedibus apt§re, nart§s adstrin·g« |gere |x¿; take off the skis nart§s d¡stringere; wax the skis nart§s inc¡r§re ski intr nart§re ski boot calig·a |ae f nart§t«ria rollerblade pedirot¿s l§bor l§b¿ l§psus sum skier nart§t·or |«ris m, nart§tr·¿x |¿cis f rollerblades pedirot·ae |§rum fpl ski instructor nartand¿ magis·ter |tr¿ m (·tra |trae f) rollerskate rotell¿s patin§re rollerskates patin·¿ |«rum mpl rot§l¡s skating s patin§ti·« |«nis f ski jump suggest·us |»s m d¡sult«rius ski jump(ing) d¡sult»r·a |ae f nart§t«ria skate patin§re ski lift anabathr·um |¿ n nart§t«rium skate board tabul·a |ae f subrot§ta ski lodge cas·a |ae f nart§t«rum skater patin§·tor |t«ris m (·tr¿x |tr¿cis f) ski pole bacul·um |¿ n nart§t«rium rowing r¡mig§ti·« |«nis f crew r¡migi·um-¿ n oar r¡m·us |¿ m regatta cert§m·en |inis f r¡migi¿ row r¡mig§re rowboat cumb·a |ae f or scaph·a |ae f r¡migera rower r¡m·ex |igis m rugby harpast·um |¿ n; play rugby harpast« l»dere sailing v¡lific§ti·« |«nis f mast m§l·us |¿ m sail v¡l·um |¿ n sail v¡lific§re sailboat scaph·a |ae f v¡lifica tack intr scapham flect·« |ere flex¿ topsail suppar·um |¿ n skiing s nart§ti·« |«nis f ski run curricul·um |¿ n niv§le ski slope cl¿v·us |¿ m nart§t«rius slalom (slope) d¡cursi·« |«nis f flexu«sa; (contest) cert§m·en |inis n d¡cursi«nis flexu«sae snow nix, nivis f; powdery snow nix pulverea soccer pedifolli·um |¿ n, pedil»di·um |¿ n; play soccer pedifolle l»dere card: show the red (yellow) card chartulam rubram (fl§vam) m«nstr§re corner kick pede puls·us |»s m angul§ris fullback (left, right) (sinister, dexter) d¡f¡ns·or |«ris m, (sinistra, dextra) d¡f¡nstr·¿x |¿cis f get possession of the ball pedifolle pot·ior |¿r¿ |¿tus sum goal port·a |ae f; score a goal follem per portam pede puls§re goal!

Linda: Yes, teacher. Magistra Pallida es. Quid est tibi? You are pale. What’s the matter with you? Linda Stomachus meus dolet. My stomach hurts. Magistra Doletne quicquam aliud? Does anything else hurt? Linda Caput meum dolet. My head hurts. Magistra Hab¡sne febrem? Do you have a fever? Linda Fortasse. Fr«ns et genae sunt calidae. Maybe. My forehead and my cheeks are hot. Magistra V¿se medicum quam pr¿mum. Go see a doctor as soon as possible. Linda Gr§ti§s tibi, magistra. Thank you, teacher. LEVEL II A doctor is called in for the sick little girl, Scintilla.

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