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I am new,to learn latin from the classical English

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I am new,to learn latin from the classical English

Postby AnAmerican » Fri Aug 15, 2008 7:45 pm

I am almost new to latin,I know English and Spanish,and I know a little German and French.
Thou-tu-tu-du
ye-vos-vosotros-ihr
we-nos-nosotros-wir
you-vobis-?-euch?
he speaketh-?-el abla-er spricht

can ye show some words with its conjungation present, future and past
I speak
thou speakest
ye speak
he/she/it speaketh
they speak


words I want to know
know,speak,say,see,eat,smell,think,hear,live,hope,wait,give,muse[think],
pray,believe,read,write,type,
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Postby Kasper » Mon Aug 18, 2008 12:11 am

I think you'd be best off having a look at the latin grammar pdfs that are available on this site (for free).
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