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Latin 101

Welcome to Latin 101! We use the book Ecce Romani 1 which means Look Romans 1. OK let's start!. Chapter 1 Two Roman Girls (sorry no long marks) Ecce! In pictura est puellae, nomine Cornelia. Cornelia est puella Romana quae in Italia habitat. Etiam in pictura est villa ructica ubi Cornelia aestate habitat. Cornelia est laeta quod iam in villa habitat. Cornelia iam sub arbore sedet et legit. Etiam in pictura est altera puella, nomine Flavia. Flavia est puella Romana quae in villa vicina habitat. Dum Cornelia legit, Flavia scribit. Laeta est Flavia quod Cornelia iam in villa habitat. Look! In the picture is a girl, by the name of Cornelia. Cornelia is a Roman girl who lives in Italy. Also in the picture is a country house and farm where Cornelia lives in the summer. Cornelia now reads and writes under the tree. Also in the picture is another girl, by the name of Flavia. Flavia ia a Roman girl who lives in the neighboring country house. While Cornelia reads, Flavia writes. Flavia is happy because Cornelia now lives in the country house. That is Chapter 1. First in latin then translated. Here are the vocab words
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