Here is the Latin version of John 1, see www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_toTeFr0nk The Church uses ecclesiastical pronunciation, not classical. I can do both. See how many Latin roots of English words you can identify in that version, and whenever you see the lovely qu words, they will be pronouns or adverbs.
Here is some help on prefixes: Ab- = apart, Ante- = before, Anti- = against, Auto- = self, Bi- = two, Bene- = good, favorable, Circum- = around, Di- = two, double, Dis- = not, apart, Geo- = earth, Hetero- = mixed, Homo- = same, In- = in, not, Inter- = between, Macro- = large, Micro- = small, Mono- = one, single, Non- = not, Ped- = foot, Poly- = many, Post- = after, Pre- = before, Sub- = under, Tele- = distance, Trans- = across
Occasio in Latin means "opportunity" and is not a reference to Ocasio-, but the fake Catholic has taken every opportunity for herself and perverted it. Would it not be Roman justice if she went bald?