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Translation of latin

I have to put a latin word picture

Puellae _______ specto.

I have put

Puellae tabulam pictam specto.

I have translated as
I am looking at picture of a girl.

Is that ok?
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Translation help

I am looking to create a phrase.

I was looking along the lines of: Commitment to the Protection of the City.

I used some online tranlators and came up with: Credo Contego Municipium.

I know Urbs is for city but I think Municipium sounds better. Is the above translation correct?

Thank you for your help in this.
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Tanslation Help

Hi guys,

Your my last resort so im hoping you can help me.

Im am getting a tattoo done but and i have an English phrase that i want translating into Latin, i have tried all the internet translators but they are not accurate enough for what i require so i am hoping one of you guys may be able to help me in getting "My Own Worst Enemy" translated into Latin please.

Or if ...
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just some help needed....

in good time. good time being by sunday night at latest! exam on monday!

well at school, i am currently studying oxford latin course part 3. and just did the set translations in there. Just hoping for some adjustments, for it isn't so... correct. and some bits i just am lost about.

Quintus parentes suos quaerit

Quintus iter, quod decem abhinc annons cum patre tan celeriter fecerat, iam lentissime faciebat.in onibus vicis diu manebat ut ...
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Adverbial accusative?

Hi all,

I have been trying to translate the following sentence:

Multum et diu clamat lanius, sed Pseudolus nihil respondet.

The use of the accusative multum has been confusing me. Is it an adverbial accusative? If so how would i translate multum as an adverb? ( is much ok?) Here's my best shot at translating this sentence:

The butcher shouts much and for a long time, but Pseudolus replies nothing.

thanks everyone,
deccius
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Lingua Latina Pars I - Familia Romana

I want to start a new topic around Hans H. Orberg's "Lingua Latina" series. Since the series of readers, pamplets on grammar, exercises, etc. are all in Latin, I found some difficulties with the "implied/contexual" explainations.

I enjoy the methodology Orberg applies greatly. However, I find myself scratching my head and re-reading passages after long breaks before some of the meaning is clear to me.

My questions will follow shortly...

Thanks to all who contribute! ...
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Case endings will be the end of me...

Salvete! I'm new and studying Wheelock's Latin for a class (101). The first lesson went great (I love conjugating verbs, don't ask me why), but as soon as case endings were introduced, I am messing up my translation all over the place. I can't decide what most endings are to be translated as.... i.e I thought "amicos" was "to a friend", not "friends." Does anyone out there have any helpful tips for getting through first ...
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"scite et strenue" to english please

Hi,

SCITE ET STRENUE is written on our faculty crest, I was having trouble translating it. Can someone help?

Thanks

Jerome
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Quick short translation! Please! "You have outdone your

I would like to know what "You have outdone yourself" would be in Latin
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haereo - haesum

anyone know why this verb and its compounds have the supine stem in S, even though the present stem doesn't end in a dental? I would have expected *haestum, *haeritum, or similar. I notice this is also the case with censeo - censum and a few others. On the surface, this seems to violate the rule that the supine stem is formed by addition of T to the stem (where d/t+t = s).
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