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Latin Typing Key

a_ e_ i_ o_ u_
ā  ē  ī  ō  ū
Classical Latin

Vocabulary Oxford Latin Course Book 2 Chapter 20
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  • Words from chapter 20
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    •    A. easy to do, easy, without difficulty
    •    B. to address, speak to, apply to, accost:
    •    C. in a straight line, straight, upright, direct, undeviating
    •    D. favor, esteem, regard, liking, love, friendship, partiality
    •    A. a learner, scholar, pupil, disciple, student, follower
    •    B. to address, speak to, apply to, accost:
    •    C. a step, pace, gait, walk
    •    D. in a straight line, straightly, undeviatingly
    •    A. to come to know, see into, perceive, understand, discern, comprehend, gather
    •    B. favor, esteem, regard, liking, love, friendship, partiality
    •    C. easily, with ease, readily, without difficulty
    •    D. face, expression
    •    A. a step, pace, gait, walk
    •    B. an intermission of work, leisure for learning, learned conversation, debate, disputation, lecture, dissertation
    •    C. very easily
    •    D. easy to do, easy, without difficulty
    •    A. a step, pace, gait, walk
    •    B. a hand
    •    C. in a straight line, straightly, undeviatingly
    •    D. in a straight line, straight, upright, direct, undeviating
    •    A. favor, esteem, regard, liking, love, friendship, partiality
    •    B. a line, row
    •    C. in a straight line, straightly, undeviatingly
    •    D. easily, with ease, readily, without difficulty
    •    A. easily, with ease, readily, without difficulty
    •    B. to put on, assume, dress in
    •    C. book, volume, inner bark of a tree
    •    D. to address, speak to, apply to, accost:
    •    A. very easily
    •    B. an intermission of work, leisure for learning, learned conversation, debate, disputation, lecture, dissertation
    •    C. to laugh
    •    D. to come to know, see into, perceive, understand, discern, comprehend, gather
    •    A. a hand
    •    B. to address, speak to, apply to, accost:
    •    C. easily, with ease, readily, without difficulty
    •    D. book, volume, inner bark of a tree
    •    A. in a straight line, straight, upright, direct, undeviating
    •    B. a poet
    •    C. a line, row
    •    D. a hand
    •    A. a step, pace, gait, walk
    •    B. serious, sober, grave, strict, austere, stern, severe
    •    C. very easily
    •    D. favor, esteem, regard, liking, love, friendship, partiality
    •    A. a line, row
    •    B. very easily
    •    C. a step, pace, gait, walk
    •    D. a poet
    •    A. to put on, assume, dress in
    •    B. very easily
    •    C. to read out, read aloud, recite, declaim, rehearse
    •    D. book, volume, inner bark of a tree
    •    A. in a straight line, straightly, undeviatingly
    •    B. a hand
    •    C. easily, with ease, readily, without difficulty
    •    D. to laugh
    •    A. to laugh
    •    B. in a straight line, straight, upright, direct, undeviating
    •    C. to come to know, see into, perceive, understand, discern, comprehend, gather
    •    D. a line, row
    •    A. easily, with ease, readily, without difficulty
    •    B. to come to know, see into, perceive, understand, discern, comprehend, gather
    •    C. to laugh
    •    D. book, volume, inner bark of a tree
    •    A. an intermission of work, leisure for learning, learned conversation, debate, disputation, lecture, dissertation
    •    B. easy to do, easy, without difficulty
    •    C. a step, pace, gait, walk
    •    D. in a straight line, straight, upright, direct, undeviating
    •    A. serious, sober, grave, strict, austere, stern, severe
    •    B. a step, pace, gait, walk
    •    C. to put on, assume, dress in
    •    D. a line, row
    •    A. serious, sober, grave, strict, austere, stern, severe
    •    B. easily, with ease, readily, without difficulty
    •    C. an intermission of work, leisure for learning, learned conversation, debate, disputation, lecture, dissertation
    •    D. a line, row
    •    A. to put on, assume, dress in
    •    B. easy to do, easy, without difficulty
    •    C. face, expression
    •    D. to come to know, see into, perceive, understand, discern, comprehend, gather