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    • Latin Children’s Book Story
      By: Mia Ortega
    • Grumio, amicus meus, ignavus est.
      My friend Grumio is lazy.
    • Grumionemcoquus est.
      Grumio is also the cook.
    • Cum in hortodormiebat, caniserrabundiseumexcitavit.
      When he was sleeping in the garden, a stray dog awoke him.
    • Canislatrabat.
      The dog was barking.
    • Grumio canemcognovitpilamcaerulushabebat.
      Grumio noticed the dog had a blue ball.
    • Ludere cum caniscoepit.
      He began to play with the dog.
    • Grumionempilamiecit.
      Grumio threw the ball.
    • Canisludumcucurrit.
      The dog ran after his toy.
    • Skunkemconspexit.
      He caught sight of a skunk.
    • Dues ambo animalesconstiterunt.
      Both animals stopped.
    • Pugnareparaverunt.
      They prepared for a fight.
    • Cum skunk canemaspergit, excucurrit.
      When the skunk sprayed the dog, he ran away.
    • Grumio laetissimuseratvidrecanemrevenientem.
      Grumio was very happy to see the dog return.
    • Canisdomumintravit.
      The dog entered the house.
    • Odorisdominum non delectat.
      The master was not pleased with the smell.
    • Grumionemimperavitutcanemlaveat.
      He ordered Grumio to bathe him.
    • Grumio plus laborris non delectat.
      Grumio was not pleased with more work.
    • Canemlavavit.
      He gave the dog a bath.
    • Grumio canemCogidubnumappellat.
      Grumio named him Cogidubnus.
    • Cogidubnus in dome habitavit.
      Cogidubnus now lived in the house.