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Latin adjectives

Unlike English, adjectives in Latin are placed after the noun. Adjectives in Latin agree with the noun they describe. This means that adjectives that describe a feminine noun have a special form.

Examples for using Latin adjectives

mensa rotunda
the round table
mensa magna
the big table
mensa nova
the new table
mensa parva
the small table

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  • Duration of roughly 60 minutes
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Basic words and phrases in Latin

Get by in Latin with these basic Latin words & phrases.

The houses are big.

Domus sunt magnae.

The girl is small.

Puella parva est.

The man is old.

Vir est vetus.

The boy is big.

Puer magnus est.

The house is small.

Domus est parva.

The horse is big.

Equus est magnus.

The girls are small.

Puellae sunt parvae.

The horses are white.

Equi sunt albi.