Magna est Italiae fāma, patriae Rōmānōrum, et clāra est Rōma, domina orbis terrārum. Tiberim, fluvium Rōmānum, quis nōn laudat et pulchrōs fluviō fīnitimōs agrōs? Altōs mūrōs, longa et dūra bella, clārās victōriās quis nōn laudat? Pulchra est terra Italia. Agrī bonī agricolīs praemia dant magna, et equī agricolārum cōpiam frūmentī ad oppida et vīcōs portant. In agrīs populī Rōmānī labōrant multī servī. Viae Italiae sunt longae et lātae. Fīnitima Italiae est īnsula Sicilia.
Great is the reputation of Italy, the fatherland of the Romans, and famous is Rome, the mistress of the world. Who does not praise the Tiber, a Roman river, and the beautiful fields neighboring the river? Who does not praise the high walls, the long and tough wars, the famous victories? Beautiful is the Italian land. Good fields give great rewards to farmers, and the horses of the farmers carry supplies of grain to towns and villages. Many servants work in the fields of the Roman people. Italian roads are long and wide. The Sicilian island is a neighbor of Italy.