Latin

“Reminders.”

English

Pronoun

Singular, when addressing one person

Subject

I / am

you / are

he,she /it is

ego

tu

is

Feminine

Nuetral

ea

Plural, when addressing more than one person

we

they

vos

ii

eae*

Pronoun

Singular

Reflective

me

te

se

my self

your self

him,her self

nos

vos

vos

Adverbs

ita

minime

yes, so

no, not at all

Adverbs

First declension end in  -e

Second declension end in  -e

bene

male

well

badly

Verb

Singular

Plural

sum

es

est

-o-

-s-

-t-

habes

habet

Greetings & Fairwells

Salve

Vale

Salvete

Valete

ego

tu

is

nos

ii

Cases

words that change according to their function in a sentence

Vocative

Case

 words used for people being addressed.

First declension  -a remain -a

Second declension  -us  is exchanged for -e

Second declension  -ius  is exchanged for -i

  1. Salve, Corinna et Livia

  2. Salvete, Sephane et Marce

  3. Salvete, Juli  et Luci

Nomen mihi est Marcus

Tibi nomen ast Livia

Nomen ei Lusius est

Nomen ei est Corinna

My name is Marcus

Your name is Livis

His name is Lucius

Her name is Corinna

Estne Roma in Italia?

Is Rome in Italy?

First   conjugation

-o-, -as-, -t-.

Subject

ego

tu

is

To reside

habito

habitas

habitat

To love

amo

amas

amat

To stand

sto

stas

stat

Nomitave

Case

 words you will find in a dictionary.

used for the subject of sentences and for predicates following a form of "to be"

you can find a subject by asking the question "who/What + verb?

  • The man is sleeping.Who is sleeping -> The man

  • I love you. Who loves you? -> I

The predicate is the second part of a sentence following the "X" is "Y" pattern.

  • I am a man. -> A man.

  • These women are engineers. -> engineers.

Suffix - ne

When a question only requires a yes/no answer

est

estne

habitas-ne

it is

is it

do you reside

Declining Noun

Noun Endings

Noun Declnsions

Genarally Feminine

Noun Genders

Noun

vir

femina

puer

puerlla

pater

mater

soror

frater

nomen

non

et

sed

mihi

Tibi

ei

Man

woman

boy

girl

father

mother

sister

brother

name

not

and

but

My

Your

His/Her

quis

quid

q

ubi

quomodo

who

what

when

where

why

how

studet

dormit

scribit

he/she studies

he/she sleeps

he/she writes

in urbe

domis

in the city

home

Suffix - singlular, plural

habito/as,atis

habeo/t

ago/it

I reside / you

I hold

I am doing

First declension  -a

Second declension  -us 

Third declension  -um

love

hope

intelligence

hate

courage

he

she

(sg)

it

10 Types of  American (English) Nouns

Noun

Countable Noun

Uncountible Noun

Common Noun

Stephanus

Marcus

Alex

Roma

Antrim

 

Italia

Irish Sea

Atlantic Ocean

boy

girl

non binary

sea inlet

county

country

sea

ocean

table

football

candle

car

building

phone

Singular

Nominative

Genitve

Dative

Accusative

Ablative

Vocative

Plural

Nominative

Genitve

Accusative

Dative

Ablative