Incipit lectio tertia:
Ire et proficisci
Where are you going to? = Quo vadis? / Quo te agis? / Quo tendis? / Quorsum is?/ Quo te pedes ducunt? / Quo te capessis?
I'm going home = Eo domum./ Capesso me domum.
Where are you going in such a hurry? Where are you running? = Quo te rapis (corripis, proripis)?/ Quo cursum (gradum) corripis?
I was going to see you, to pay a visit to you= Ad te ibam.
Where are you going (leaving) from here? = Quo te hinc abis?/ Quo tibi est iter?
(I'm going) Nowhere = Nusquam.
I don't know where I should go (to) =Nescio quorsum eam.
I don't know the way (to) = Non novi viam.
Wait a minute! Stay here just a moment! = Paulisper mane.
Wait for me for a while = Opperire me parumper.
I'll be soon back = Mox huc revertor.
I've been waiting since long time = Jamdudum exspecto.
What way should I go? = Quam viam insistam?
Did he go this way here or that way there? = Hac aut illac iter instituit?
What way are you going? = Quem tenes cursum?
On my way to the city = Urbem versus.
Keep going on your way = Perge viam. /Perge quo coepisti.
Let me go = Amitte me.
Pass, go through (past), please, I will not stop you = Transi, nihil te moror.
Hurry! Go there quickly! = Matura illuc ire.
Get out of here! = Egredere hinc./ Te hinc amove./Facesse hinc.
Get out of there! = Istinc recede.
Get out, go away, leave from here as soon as possible! = Hinc avola./ Abi quam primum./ Move te ocius.
Get off! = Apage te (a me).
What! Are you now stopping there? = At etiam restitas (cessas)?
What! Are you still here? = Etiam nunc hic stas?
Finis lectionis tertiae.
Valete omnes, interretiales amici!