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Hobbitvs Ille: Part III Posted by on Nov 28, 2018

Salvete Omnes! Homework It is from the beginning of Hobbitvs Ille: in foramine terrae habitabat *hobbitus: nec foedum,sordidum madidumque foramen, nec extremis lumbricorum atque odore caenoso impletum, nec etiam foramen aridum, inane, harenosum, in quo nihil erat ad considendum aut edendum aptum; immo foramen-hobbitum, ergo commodum. Vocabulary: hobbitus is an invented word for this adaptation meaning “Hobbit”…

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Back to Basics: Verbs Part I Posted by on Apr 25, 2018

Salvete Omnes,    Welcome to the Transparent Language Company’s Latin Blog! Whether you are learning Latin for the first time or you an avid learner or it is just a hobby – this is the blog for you! Today’s lesson will bring us back to the basics and is a great review for all learners…

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First Conjugation Quiz Posted by on Dec 21, 2009

In the last post, we looked at the verb portāre (to carry, to bring) in the imperfect tense. Now let’s see if you remember conjugating this verb in the active and passive indicative present tense for the verb vetāre (to forbid, to prohibit). Your job is to fill in the letters marked by blanks. The…

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