Word order is giving me difficulties here. Particularly what I'm concerned with is the bit in italics (though any other corrections or suggestions would be very gladly accepted.)
English: Now, Titus, we are going to the hostile town, but soon we shall fight with the inhabitants by means of words and weapons.
Latin: Nunc, Tite, ad oppidum inimicum imus, sed mox cum incolis verbis et armis pugnabimus.
Thanks so much.
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