I cannot understand the grammar of one of these sentences; specifically:
VÃªrÃ´, sed iÃ® recÃ»sÃ¢vÃªrunt frÃ»mentum dare
Two problems; The nominative plural demonstrative 'ii'. It must be the personal pronoun 'they' because of the lack of agreeing noun which is a requirement of a demonstrative adjective. But, it's entirely unnecessary considering the subject has already been formerly established (townsmen), and the verb provides the person and number satisfactorily. Furthermore, the key translation includes an ...