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Help Please! Loci Antiqui #6 Cicero on Friendship

This is probably the clumsiest translation I have ever done and I will not rest easy until I get some help fixing it!

Latin: Ego vos hortor ut amicitiam omnibus rebus humanis anteponatis. Sentio equidem, excepta sapientia nihil melius homini a deis immortalibus datum esse. Divitias alii anteponunt; alii salutem; alii potestatem; alii honores; multi etiam voluptates. Illa autem incerta sunt posita non tam in consiliis nostris quam in fortunae vicissitudinibus. Qui autem in vitute ...
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2nd Conjugation v. 3rd Conjugation - A Good Rule of Thumb?

Salvete -

First time poster here. I'm working my way through Wheelock's, and it's going fairly well, but I'm having the darnedest time remembering which conjugations the -ere verbs fall into.

I was wondering, is it safe to say that all verbs retaining an "e" in their first principal part (e.g. moneo, valeo, doceo, etc.) will always be second conjugation? And those that do not have an "e" in the first principal part, but have ...
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Loci Antiqui 18

Hi, I'm just wondering if this translation of the last Loci Antiqui is correct. Maybe the style is a bit clumsy but have I understood it at least? Can't find a translation of this Caesar of Heisterbach character anywhere!

English:
In this church there was a little schoolboy. When on this particular day he couldn’t compose the verses from the material which his teacher had given him, the devil came in the form of a ...
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translating 'should'

Hello everyone,
I am currently working my way through wheelock's (chapter 36) and I feel fairly confident in what I've learned so far. However on the side just for fun I like to write my on little stories trying to use what I've learned. I've come across a question about the word 'should' while I'm making up sentences. For example "a man should be wise". I've considered two ways of writing this in latin one ...
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Chapter 28 38 Latin Stories

I am an independent Latin learner and I am struggling with the two excerpts in 38 Latin Stories. I've searched around and can't seem to find any translations of it to base my own questions off of and to check my own. Could anyone possibly help please?

Vivamus, mea Lesbia, atque amemus; omnesque rumores senum graviorum aestimemus unius assis. Soles occidere et redire possunt; ubi semel occidit haec brevissima lux,una nox perpetua nobis est dormienda. ...
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Interest in a Latin group?

Hi,
I don't know which forum would be best to ask or offer this, but here goes:
Is there any interest in a Latin group? How would I advertise it?

I would like to lead a group though Wheelock's or some other introductory text, and teach/tutor/mentor people so that they can learn Latin. I'd like it to be a textkit group, but I don't know to find people who may be interested.

I have taught ...
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Wheelock Chapter 30

Salvete all,

I'm jusy checking my translations of the P&R and SA questions from Chapter 30 with those of the answer key, and there's a discrepancy in the tenses into which some of the verbs are translated. For example,

P&R No. 2- Videbit quanta fuerit vis illorum verborum felicium
The key translates videbit as "He was seeing" whereas I have it in the fut ind act as "He shall see".

P&R No. 8- Iam cognovi ...
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Accessing Links in Benissimus' Answer Key

Benissimus,

Would you please tell me where I can access the discussion and explanations shown as links in your answer key?

Also, I was wondering if the key will work with the 4th edition, which is what I have.

Gratias tibi ago,

Persequor :?:

P.S. If you could get with the Textkit newsletter folks and ask them to start my subscription, I would appreciate it. I signed ...
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Loci Immutati 6

I'm having some major difficult translating this HUGE passage.

Could someone help?


Tum Cethegus (qui paulo ante aliquid tamen de gladiis ac sicis, quae apud ipsum erant deprehensa, respondisset dixissetque se semper bonorum ferramentorum studiosum fuisse recitatis literris debilitatus atque abiectus conscientia, repente conticuit.

Tum ostendi tabellas Lentulo, et quaesivi cognoscerene signum.

Si quid de his rebus dicere vellet, feci potestatem.

Post autem aliquanto, toto iam indicio exposito atque edito, surrexit.

Gabinius deinde introductus, cum ...
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Ch 30 PR #12

this is a prose comp question

the english is: Tell me in what land liberty is found.

Bennissimus's : "Dic mihi in quibus terris libertas inveniatur"

My translation : "Diceas mihi in quo patria libertas inveniat"

What did I do wrong?
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