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1

Who are you?

quis es tū?

2

I am Euclio. I am an old man.

ego sum Eucliō. senex sum.

3

Who are you?

quis es tū?

4

I am Phaedra. I am Euclio’s daughter.

ego sum Phaedra. fīlia Eucliōnis sum.

5

Who are you?

quis es tū?

6

I am Staphyla, a slave woman of Euclio.

Staphyla sum, serua Eucliōnis.

7

Who are you (plural)?

quī estis?

8

We are Euclio’s household.

familia Eucliōnis sumus.

9

Characters of the play

drāmatis persōnae

10

Euclio: Euclio is an old man, Phaedra’s father.

Eucliō: Eucliō senex est, pater Phaedrae.

11

Phaedra: Phaedra is Euclio’s daughter.

Phaedra: Phaedra fīlia Eucliōnis est.

12

Staphyla: (She) is Euclio’s slave (woman).

Staphyla: serua Eucliōnis est.

13

Euclio is an old man.

Eucliō senex est.

14

Old man Euclio is a miser.

Eucliō senex auārus est.

15

Euclio lives in the house with (his) daughter.

Eucliō in aedibus habitat cum fīliā.

16

Euclio’s daughter is Phaedra.

fīlia Eucliōnis Phaedra est.

17

And there is also a slave woman in the house.

est et serua in aedibus.

18

The slave woman’s name is Staphyla.

seruae nōmen est Staphyla.

19

The household of Euclio lives in the house.

Eucliōnis familia in aedibus habitat.

20

(There) are in Euclio’s household the head of the family, and Phaedra Euclio’s daughter, and Staphyla the slave (woman).

sunt in familiā Eucliōnis paterfamiliās, et Phaedra fīlia Eucliōnis, et Staphyla serua.

21

All (of them) live in the house.

omnēs in aedibus habitant.

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