LESSON 3 (adjectives, correlatives, noun 4, preposition)

 

Noun 1: injuria, ecclesiam, aquila, muscas, natura

Noun 2: medicus, acta, nihilo

Noun 3: jus, rex, grex, salus, cogitationes, nihil,

Noun 4: exitus

 

Adjective 1,2: summum, summa, nulla, liberae, nostrae,

Adjective 3: omnibus, omnia

Correlative pronouns & adjectives : talis, qualis

 

Verb 1: probat, cogito, captat, curat, sanat

Irregular verb: sunt, sum,

Preposition: de, extra

Adverb: non

Conjunction: ergo

 

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Maxim 11-20 (nouns + simple verb)

 

11-20

Summum ius, summa iniuria.

The extreme law is the greatest injustice.

(Cicero, De officiis)

 

De nihilo nihil.

Nothing comes from nothing.

(Lucretius, De rerum natura)

 

Omnibus omnia.

Everything for everybody.

(Versio Vulgata, 1 Cor. 9:22)

 

Qualis rex, talis grex.

Like master, like man.

(N/A)

 

Extra ecclesiam nulla salus.

Outside the Church, no salvation.

(A principle in Catholic theology.)

 

Liberae sunt nostrae cogitationes.

Our thoughts are free.

(Cicero, Pro Milone. Cf. Cogitationis poenam nemo patitur.)

 

Exitus acta probat.

The result validates the deeds.

(Ovid, Heroides. Cf. finis coronat opus.)

 

Cogito, ergo sum.

I think, therefore I am.

(René Descartes, Discours de la méthode)

 

Aquila non captat muscas.

The eagle doesn't capture flies.

(N/A)

 

Medicus curat, natura sanat.

The physician treats, nature cures.

(N/A)