CLASSICAL LITERACY

FIRST SEMESTER 2020-2021

1) ab initio

2) quid pro quo

3) a Golden Age

4) N.B. / nota bene

5) the tongue is sharper than the sword

6) ad astra per apsera

7) the Zodiac

8) A.D. / anno Domini

9) onus

10) a windbag

11) Labor omnia vincit

12) Virgo

13) Libra

14) E pluribus unum

15) p.s./post scriptum

16) per cent./per centum

17) Scorpio

18) Sagittarius

19) verbatim

20) Veni! Vidi! Vici!

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21) mea culpa

22) Capricorn

23) Aquarius

24) in memoriam

25) etc./et cetera

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