Looking for a vocabulary list for the famous Lingua Latina by Hans Ørberg?
You can also access the vocabulary on Quizlet. Just type in Lingua Latina.
Or, you can find the vocabulary in alphabetical order here: http://www.thelatinlibrary.com/ll1/MasterVocab.pdf
Or, there is this:
I have been in the classroom for a long time.
Over the course of many years, my students and I developed the following vocabulary list for Lingua Latina by Hans Ørberg.
It’s extensive. No, seriously. It’s 74 pages long.
It is also more that a simple vocabulary list. I have included English words from most of the Latin words. Not only will you learn the meaning of the words in Lingua Latina by Hans Ørberg, but you will also simultaneously increase your personal command of the English language.
The vocabulary is organized by chapter. It is not alphabetical. Sorry about that.
Like everything I create, there are likely mistakes. This is because I never wait for perfection. I launch at 80%. Then, I clean the mistakes as I go.
Ergo… if you spot any mistakes, please let me know.
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