Simple Latin and Cambridge Latin introduction course
SOME SIMPLE LATIN PHRASES FOR AROUND THE LIVING HISTORY CAMP & PUBLIC
Salve - Hello
Vale - Goodbye
Quid agis? - How are you?
Quid novi? - What's new?
Bene – good
Magnus - great
Et tu? – and you?
Gratias – Thanks
…sum – I’m from…
Bonam fortunam – good luck
Intellego – I understand
Mea culpa – sorry (my mistake)
Ecce – look!
Eheu – oh no!
Statis – enough!
Te amo – I love you
Quid vis - what do you want?
Quid est? - what is it?
SPQR: Sono Pazzi Questi Romani - They're crazy, these Romans!
Hoc/hic - This/that
Hues amicus! - Hey friend
Quo vadis? Where are you going?
Excusa Excuse me
Ego/tu/is/ea - Me/you/him/her
Bonum/malum - Good/bad
Magnum/parvum - Big/small
In vino veritas - in wine truth
Bene tibi! - Cheers!
Furcifer - scoundrel!
Honor et valor
Unus, duo, tres - 1 2 3
Morituri te salutant
Cambridge Latin introduction course videos. An easy way to learn Latin.
The Cambridge Latin course is a nice simple introduction about a regular Roman family in Pompeii, with pictures and funny stories about bad dogs, drunk slaves and gladiator fights, before Mount Vesuvius pops her top.
Book 2 looks at life in Roman Britain and Egypt.
Lingva-Latina - start reading in Latin right away with a great story about the life of a Roman family in 150 AD.
IMPERIUM - Entertaining Latin course following the historical life of the Roman emperor Hadrian (120 AD). Book 1: Graeculus ("Little-Greek-boy"), a nickname for Hadrian.
Book 2 has young Hadrian and Trajan during Domitian's reign. The Dacians are threatening the Empire and slugs have invaded the radish patch.
Book 3 has Hadrian and Trajan campaign against the Dacians. Hadrian has a shrewish wife Sabina, and a lovely boyfriend Antinous.
The Gradus ad Parnassum ("Steps toward Parnassus" - the mountain home of the Muses) is a Latin thesaurus with examples, quotations, synonyms, phrases and more.
Click for The worlds news in Latin every Friday!
The club name imperium-romana means Imperial Romans. The noun Imperium means Order, command; power with its main forms Imperium, Imperii and is second declension neuter. The noun Romanus means Roman, Latin with its main forms Romanus, Romana, Romanum. It differs from "imperium romanum" (Roman Empire) because Microsoft's game called imperium-romanum already dominates all web searches, and the domain name imperium-romanum was taken, as well as being used by many other groups worldwide. Consequently the original club founders chose imperium-romana because it was a unique identifier, by changing Romanum (Roman) to the plural Romana (Romans).