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ROMAN EXPRESSIONS       VII
Classroom language
Magister (m) / magistra (f)Discipuli (m. pl) / discipulae (f. pl)           Teacher/s - student/s
Potesne me adiuvare?Could you help me?
Quomodo … Latine dicitur?      How … is said in Latin?
Quid … Anglice significat?    What does … mean in English?
Potesne iditerare, quaeso?Could you repeat, please?
Non id intellego  I don’t understand
Id nescio / id non memini  I don’t know / I don’t remember
In qua pagina id est?    what page it is in?
Me paenitet, sero advenio        Sorry, I’m late  Noli sollicitare, intra…     Don’t worry, come in …… et claude ianuam, q...
Conside (considite pl.), quaeso          sit down, please.
Tace / tacete (pl.)   Be quiet / silentMarcus? Adsum      (present!)  Iulia? Abest      (she isn’t)
Librum aperi (aperite libros pl.)          Open your book/s
Ignosce mihi, magister; non      habeo librum  Excuse me, teacher; I don’t have a book
Ubi est librum tuum?    Where is your book?    Domi reliqui     I left it at home
Lege magna voce         read aloud         perge              go on
Accede ad tabulam atram / albam               go to the black/whiteboard              reverte ad sedem                    ...
Omitte (omittite pl.)garrulitatem, quaeso  cut out the chatter, please
omitte nugas, quaeso cut out the nonsense, please
attende / attendite (pl.)        pay attention
Capite libellos vestros.            Get out your notebooks        corrigemus exercitiawe’re going to correct the exercises
Licetne mihi in latrinam ire?              May I go to the toilet?                           Licet.                       ...
Nolite oblivisci perficere pensum                          vestrum            Don’t forget to do your homework
Surge / surgite (pl.), quaeso         stand up, please
Tolle manum / tollite manus (pl.)           raise your hand/s
Cras erit probatio tomorrow we’ll do an exam
Exspectate paulum, nondum         finiimus  Wait a moment, we haven’t finished
Schola confecta est   the lesson is finished
In crastinum see you tomorrow
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  1. 1. ROMAN EXPRESSIONS VII
  2. 2. Classroom language
  3. 3. Magister (m) / magistra (f)Discipuli (m. pl) / discipulae (f. pl) Teacher/s - student/s
  4. 4. Potesne me adiuvare?Could you help me?
  5. 5. Quomodo … Latine dicitur? How … is said in Latin?
  6. 6. Quid … Anglice significat? What does … mean in English?
  7. 7. Potesne iditerare, quaeso?Could you repeat, please?
  8. 8. Non id intellego I don’t understand
  9. 9. Id nescio / id non memini I don’t know / I don’t remember
  10. 10. In qua pagina id est? what page it is in?
  11. 11. Me paenitet, sero advenio Sorry, I’m late Noli sollicitare, intra… Don’t worry, come in …… et claude ianuam, quaeso … and close the door, please.
  12. 12. Conside (considite pl.), quaeso sit down, please.
  13. 13. Tace / tacete (pl.) Be quiet / silentMarcus? Adsum (present!) Iulia? Abest (she isn’t)
  14. 14. Librum aperi (aperite libros pl.) Open your book/s
  15. 15. Ignosce mihi, magister; non habeo librum Excuse me, teacher; I don’t have a book
  16. 16. Ubi est librum tuum? Where is your book? Domi reliqui I left it at home
  17. 17. Lege magna voce read aloud perge go on
  18. 18. Accede ad tabulam atram / albam go to the black/whiteboard reverte ad sedem take your seat
  19. 19. Omitte (omittite pl.)garrulitatem, quaeso cut out the chatter, please
  20. 20. omitte nugas, quaeso cut out the nonsense, please
  21. 21. attende / attendite (pl.) pay attention
  22. 22. Capite libellos vestros. Get out your notebooks corrigemus exercitiawe’re going to correct the exercises
  23. 23. Licetne mihi in latrinam ire? May I go to the toilet? Licet. Yes, ok
  24. 24. Nolite oblivisci perficere pensum vestrum Don’t forget to do your homework
  25. 25. Surge / surgite (pl.), quaeso stand up, please
  26. 26. Tolle manum / tollite manus (pl.) raise your hand/s
  27. 27. Cras erit probatio tomorrow we’ll do an exam
  28. 28. Exspectate paulum, nondum finiimus Wait a moment, we haven’t finished
  29. 29. Schola confecta est the lesson is finished
  30. 30. In crastinum see you tomorrow
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