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Palabras del latín utilizadas en inglés


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Where does the word LATIN come from?
The name of the language can be traced back to present-day Lazio, the region where Rome is located.

Why do Latin expression still exist today?
Because, it continues to being used in fields such as science, politics and religionin th 21 st century.

Bona Fide
I greatly appreciate your Bona Fide advice, however, I consider that some learning is only learned through personal experience.

Pro Rata
Accountants must learn to apportion (or calculate pro rata) sales tax in order to properly assess and pay said tax to the DIAN.

Good lecture

  1. It came of the Roman Empire.
  2. Because it continued to be used.
  3. I love you. Ergo, I help you.
    You invited me an impromptu date.
  • I didn’t know the origin of the first words.
  • I was so naive in thinking that those terms came from French.
  • Having an agenda is really important for all of your meetings.

Here are some of my answers during the session:
syllabus: the topics in a course. Before you take a course, you need to read de syllabus.
agenda: points to discuss. In this meeting, we have a full agenda of things that we haven’t seen previously.
et cetera: and similar items. In my nutritional plan, I can eat all the green vegetables like: lettuce, spinach, broccoli, et cetera.
naive: lack of experience or wisdom. My parents are naive in the tech industry.
vice versa: in the opposite order. In many cases, may not apply the vice versa hate.

wow pretty interesting these class

Vice versa: In the opposite order Et cetera: And similar items. Syllabus: the topics in a course Naive: lack of experience or wisdom. Agenda: points to discuss.
* Vice versa - in the opposite order. * Syllabus - the topics in a course. * Agenda - points to discuss. * Naive - lack of experience or wisdom. * Et cetera - and similar items.
***Vice versa** - in the opposite order.* ***Syllabus** - the topics in a course.* ***Agenda** - points to discuss.* ***Naive** - lack of experience or wisdom.* ***Et cetera** - and similar items.*
1\. I have never owned a PS5. Ergo, I have no idea how to play or use it. 2\. When I traveled to Narnia, I didn’t know that they were having an impromptu festival there. It is an unforgettable experience.

I am going to the beach. Ergo, I’m going for a swim.

He Impromptu asked her to be his girlfriend.

  • Where does the word LATIN come from?
    The word “latin” comes from the region where Rome is located, known as “Lazio,” in present-day Italy. This region was called “Latium” when the Roman Empire existed.

  • Why do Latin expressions still exist today?
    Latin expressions still exist today because Latin continued to be used in various fields such as science, politics, and religion even after the Roman Empire fell.

  • Sentences with Latin words chosen:
    While the book is amazing, it is the particular characteristics of the character that made this novel a bestseller “per se”.
    The company’s commitment to providing exceptional customer service is “bona fide”, evident in their consistent efforts to exceed expectations.