Ch. 6 by CJ A. in seventh period

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  • Nōndum lūcet, sed Cornēlia surgit et per vīllam ambulat.

    Not yet is it light, but Cornelia gets up and walks through the country house.
  • Adhūc dormiunt pater et māter et Marcus.

    Father and mother and marcus still are sleeping.
  • Nōn tamen dormiunt servī et ancillae.

    However no slaves and slave - women are sleeping.
  • servī mox in agrōs currunt ubi strēnuē laborant.

    Soon slaves run in the fields where they work hard.
  • Cornēlius petit Davum quī in hortō est.

    Cornelius seeks Davus who is in the garden.
  • Cornēlius Davum reprehendit quod sub arbore sedet neque labōrat.

    Cornelius scolds Davus because he sits under the tree and not work.
  • Davus, ubi Cornelium audit, statim surgit et labōrāre parat.

    Immediatly, when davus hears cornelius shout, he gets up and prepares to work.
  • Aurēlia Cornēliam docet vīllam cūrāre.

    Aurelia teaches Cornelia to look after the house.
  • . Ancillae vīllam pūrgant, cibum coquunt, lānam trahunt.

    the slave-woman cleans the house, cooks the food, and spins the wool.
  • Necesse est neque servum neque ancillam reprehendere.

    It is nesscary to scold neither slaves nor slave-women.