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Latin: Essential Vocabulary: Adverbs

Latin: Essential Vocabulary: Adverbs

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Author: Sarah Landis
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to learn the meanings of the most common adverbs in Latin

  • deinde = then, next
  • haud = hardly, barely
  • iam = now / already
  • inde = then, next, from there
  • ita = in such a way, thus, so
  • modo = only, just
  • non = not
  • nondum​ = not yet
  • nunc = now
  • quam​ = how (intensifies another adverb or an adjective, e.g. "how silly!")
  • quidem​ = indeed
  • ​quoque = also, too
  • satis = enough
  • tamen = nevertheless
  • tum = then
  • ​ubi = where / when
  • unde = from where (whence)

 

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Tutorial

Instructions

There's a Quizlet deck with these words here. Once you've mastered the meanings, take the quiz for practice.

  • deinde = then, next
  • haud = hardly, barely
  • iam = now / already
  • inde = then, next, from there
  • ita = in such a way, thus, so
  • modo = only, just
  • non = not
  • nondum​ = not yet
  • nunc = now
  • quam​ = how (intensifies another adverb or an adjective, e.g. "how silly!")
  • quidem​ = indeed
  • quoque = also, too
  • satis = enough
  • tamen = nevertheless
  • tum = then
  • ubi = where / when
  • unde = from where (whence)

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