My question centers around Sententie Antīquae #9:
"Trānsitus ad senectūtem nōs āvocat ā rēbus gerendīs et corpus facit īnfīrmius."
I translated it as:
"The passing over into old age diverts us from conducting business and it makes the body weaker."
I feel alright about the translation, but...if it is correct, why is "corpus" in the nominative case when it is actually the object of "facit"?
Thanks to anyone who can shed a bit of light ...