High Frequency Latin Words

This is from John:
Ben,
I wanted to make sure this helpful resource is accessible to Latin teachers on your blog. It is a list of the 300 most frequent Latin words, based on the classical literature.
http://users.erols.com/whitaker/freqappx.htm#300
Obviously, some important daily-use words are missing, but this list can be supplemented by classroom vocabulary and everyday words available on my web page for free:
www.johnpiazza.net/comprehensible_input
Whenever I introduce a new word in my classroom, I want it, if possible, also to be commonly occuring in the literature. This list allows me to find those words quickly.
John

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