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Need help with a quote

Can anyone translate this to Latin for me?
"I will not forgive myself."
For personal reasons, I plan on getting this tattooed onto my chest, in reverse, so I can read it every time I look into the mirror. If someone could translate it, I'll talke care of the reversing.
Thanks
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I need help with an english-latin translation...please!! :s

I was just wandering if anyone could help me translate a quote into latin

"Love's pleasure lasts but a moment;
Love's sorrow lasts all through life"

I've been trying for so long but i can never get it right :s
thank you so much
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What now?

I've finished reading De Bello Gallico with quite a good understanding of it
(though some parts still trick me a little) and I've read two or three poems of catullus too. What should I try now? If someone could give me some advice - both on poetry and prose - I would be glad.
Thanks
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Trouble with a verb

Hi everyone, I'm thinking out loud on something which is troubling me a little, hopefully you guys can put me right if I am talking rubbish.

Like a lot of English football clubs, my local team (Sunderland) have a Latin club motto which appears on the crest.
The motto is:

Consectatio Excellentiae

Now, I have always assumed (prior to starting to learn Latin) that the English translation was roughly "Continuing Excellence", because I just assumed ...
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translate a club motto

Hi there - i know this is my first post and i'm already asking for help...
I was just wondering if anyone can offer a translation of my cricket club's motto... It's traditional to have it in Latin i know, but it's been a few years since my Latin GCSE's and i'm a little rusty..

We' re called the squirrels and our motto is "protect the nuts"

Would this be an imperative? I'm lost..

Thanks ...
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Strange Word

I am trying to find the meaning of "capularis".

Years ago I seem to remember it from some quote and a teacher telling me it meant "With one foot in the grave", but it is not in any of my latin dictionaries.
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Origin of fero, tuli, latus

I'm curious as to how this particular verb developed. It's obvious fero comes from the Greek verb phero, which means about the same thing. But I'm not quite sure where tuli and latus came from.
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Absolute beginner - first question

Hello everyone.

Recently decided to teach myself Latin, "Just for the hell of it". I've bought myself a few books, a decent latin dictionary and i've downloaded some readers from the net.
I've managed to work my way through verbs of the first declension and some basic nouns. Going ok so far, although perhaps a little slow.

This forum looks like a great resource and I hope to use it throughout my learning. But for ...
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Vulgate Psalm CXXXVIII verse 6

mirabilis facta est scientia tua ex me confortata est non potero ad eam

Your knowledge has been made marvellous, it has been much strengthened, I will not be able to (reach) it.

But how does the ex me fit in?
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#5 Mixed Consecutive and Result Clauses

N&H Page 13, Exercise 10 - 13

1. We have come to defend the walls.
2. He went away so quickly that we never saw him again.
3. He is so brave that he does not fear the enemy, but loves battles.
4. He was sent to ask for peace, that the citizens might not die of hunger.
5. The laws which the Romans made were so good that no one wished to ...
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