It’s about time I put up the answer key for the eager Latin students that have downloaded the five free Church Latin lessons I posted a while ago. I hope it helps!
- Life is good.
- My fatherland is good.
- The large trumpet is not your trumpet.
- My land is small.
- My fault is not large.
- The trumpets are small.
- The streets are good and small.
- Aqua bona est.
- Terra mea pulchra et magna est.
- Tuba est parva.
- Patria tua pulchra est.
- Culpae parvae sunt.
- Patria tua et anima tua non bonae sunt.
- Viae bonae sunt magnae.
- Mary does not have a daughter.
- Holy Mary is blessed.
- My daughter loves land and water.
- Why do you love trumpets?
- I love roses and life.
- A holy life has great glory.
- You love your fatherland.
- Wisdom has three wings.
- Filias meas amo.
- Rosa non habet alas.
- Sapientiam et vitam amas.
- Cur rosas parvas amas?
- Anima mea magnam sapientiam habet.
- Patria tua magnam gloriam habet.
- Filia tua Sanctam Mariam amat.
- Filia mea culpam magnam habet.
- The trumpet of the daughter, the trumpet of the daughters; the trumpets of the daughter, the trumpets of the daughters.
- Mary’s rose; Mary’s roses.
- The anger of the queen, the anger of the queens.
- Mary has great wisdom: Mary’s wisdom is great.
- The fault of Eve is great. Holy Mary does not have faults.
- We love Scripture.
- They love wisdom and glory.
- The large trumpets of your daughters are good, and not bad.
- Holy Mary is the Mother of Mercy.
- My native country is good, but I do not love my country.
- The daughters of Eve have faults.
- Where is the trumpet? Where are the trumpets? Why do they not have trumpets?
- My daughters love starts, but do not have stars.
- The anger of your daughter is great because she does not have roses.
- The big gate is not good but bad.
- We always love justice, but mercy is also good.
- Mary is the queen of the Church.
- Eve’s roses are beautiful, but my daughters’ roses are not beautiful.
- Maria Ecclesiam amat.
- Ira reginae magna est.
- Ubi est rosa Evae?
- Portam habent. Portas habent.
- Filia mea rosas Mariae amat.
- Rosae aquam non habent.
- Filia tua vitam sanctam habet.
- Vita filiae tuae sancta est.
- Vitae filarum tuarum sanctae sunt.
- Cur Ecclesiam non amant?
- He gives water to me; he gives water to you.
- They give wisdom to us; they give wisdom to y’all.
- He points it out to us; they point it out to them.
- The small girl gives trumpets to the queen; the small girls give trumpets to the queen; the small girls give trumpets to the queens.
- Your daughter gives roses to my daughter.
- Mary shows Scripture to me.
- The queen gives the trumpet to you.
- Where is the Star of Glory?
- Eve shows the beautiful gate to your daughters.
- The queens give a great land to us.
- The Lord gives wisdom to my soul.
- The small trumpets are bad, but Mary gives trumpets to the queens.
- Where is wisdom? Also, where is mercy? The Lord gives wisdom and mercy to us.
- A bad life has many faults, but a holy life does not have faults.
- Holy Church gives you (y’all) the water of life.
- The large daughter gives them roses because she loves queens.
- The queens show roses to Eve and Mary.
- He shows you (y’all) the small road, because he loves the road.
- Show your fatherland to me!
- Regina rosas dat. Filiis tuis rosas dat.
- Maria portas eis ostendit. Quoque ostendit eis tubas.
- Vitae filiae tuae sancta est. Vitae filiarum tuarum sanctae sunt.
- Eva et Maria aquam filiae meae dant.
- Anima tua magnas culpas habet, sed Ecclesia tibi Aquam Vitae dat.
- Anima bona magnus culpas non habent.
- Scriptura sapientiam reginae ostendit.
- Porta pulchra gloriam viis dat.
- Eva culpam filiis tuis dat.
- Dominus vitam animae tuae dat.
- In the street, in the streets; with (the) girls; on the table, on the tables.
- With the Sibyl in the streets, with sibyls in the street.
- For my daughter, for your daughters; from the street, from the streets.
- In (the) water; without trumpets; without grace; out of the gates.
- The gates are in the streets.
- Mary puts the trumpet on the table.
- My daughter is without water, but Eve has water.
- The Sybil is without mercy.
- Scripture is from Holy Church.
- Without the water of life, your daughter is bad.
- (A) Justification for His Life
- For the life of the roses, Mary puts the roses in water.
- Mary and Eve put roses in the water. They do not put roses in the street.
- They love Mary because she does not have faults: Mary is without faults.
- Tables with roses are good.
- Out of the stars they have light.
- Hide me from the justice of the queen!
- The queen gives glory to me because I am free from faults.
- Habent filiam cum sapientia.
- Patria tua sine aqua est.
- Vita bona sine culpis est.
- Tuba ex mensa est.
- Maria tubam in mensa ponit.
- Stellae in via non sunt.
- Filia tua in anima culpam habent.
- Cum Scriptra et Ecclesia, vita est bona.
- Cur reginae sine misericordia?
- Porta in patria mea magna non est.
Latin is such an incredible language, and learning it is a laborious and exhilarating experience at the same time. Keep at it, and you will be amazed at the treasures your Latin studies unlock!