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1. Work calls me.

1. Labor mē vocat.

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2. Warn me, if I make a mistake—please!

2. Monē mē, sī errō—amābō tē!

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3. Make haste slowly.

3. Festīnā lentē.

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4. You (s.) praise me; they blame me.

4. Laudās mē; culpant mē.

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5. We sin often.

5. Saepe peccāmus.

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6. What should we consider?

6. Quid dēbēmus cōgitāre?

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7. Preserve me!

7. Cōnservāte mē!

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8. Rumor flies.

8. Rūmor volat.

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9. He/she/it does not love me.

9. Mē nōn amat.

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10. Nothing frightens me.

10. Nihil mē terret.

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11. Apollo often saves me.

11. Apollō mē saepe servat.

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12. Greetings! (pl.) — What do you see? We see nothing.

12. Salvēte! — quid vidētis? Nihil vidēmus.

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13. Often you (s.) ponder nothing.

13. Saepe nihil cōgitās.

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14. You (s.) give twice, if you give quickly.

14. Bis dās, sī cito dās.

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15. If you (s.) are well, I am well.

15. Sī valēs, valeō.

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16. Quid videt?

16. What does he see?

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17. Nihil dant.

17. They are giving nothing.

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18. Nōn debētis mē laudāre.

18. You (pl.) ought not praise me.

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19. Sī errō, saepe mē monet.

19. If I err, he often warns me.

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20. Sī mē amās, mē servā, amābō tē.

20. If you (s.) love me, save me, please!

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a. Maecenas and Vergil summon me today.

a. Maecēnās et Vergilius mē hodiē vocant.

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b. What should I think?

b. Quid cogitāre dēbeō?

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c. What should I answer?

c. Quid dēbeō respondēre?

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d. If I make a mistake, they often blame remind me and blame me.

d. Sī errō, mē saepe monent et culpant.

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e. if I do not make a mistake, they praise me.

e. sī nōn errō, mē laudant.

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f. What should I think today?

f. Quid hodiē cōgitāre dēbeō?

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g. Hey girlfriend!

g. Avē puella!

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h. Hello student! (m./f.)

h. Salvē, discipula / discipule!

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i. Hello students!

i. Salvēte, discipulae et discipulī!

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j. Greetings teacher! (m./f)

j. Salvē, magister / magistra!

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k. Good-bye students! Good-bye teacher (m./f.)

k. Valēte, discipulī et discipulae! Valē magister / magistra!

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l. What’s your name?

l. Quid est nōmen tibi?

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m. My name is Marcus.

m. Nōmen mihi est Marcus.

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