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Drusus sum

Hello I'm Drusus, currently I'm in Latin II in my high school. I did a few extra problems and I just wanted to see if they were right. Oh and I will never post my homework here so don't think you are cheating by helping me.

1. My fathers name is Marcus = Nomen mei patris Marcus est.

2. There are not many babies in my family = Infantes multi in familia mea non sunt. ...
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Latin Reader

Ritchie's Fabulae Faciles: A First Latin Reader, Edited With Notes and a Vocabulary -

- this has just appeared and is available for download from:

http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/new.html

:)
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Translation

I've been spending a bit of time try to work on trying to translate a phrase that is of personal interest to me.

"Is this living?"

After a few hours of reading I think I've managed ascertain that 'victus' is the appropriate word to use for living, and possibly 'est' as a translation for this.

However I am unable to determine what else is required to give the closest translation. If anyone could offer some ...
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Brother-in-law

What is latin for a brother-in-law? I can find cousins, fathers- and sons-inlaw, but a brother in law seems to missing from my dictionary! Anyone?
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Latin self-study approach, suggestions wanted

Hi folks,

First time I'm posting here. I really like the concept of this site btw.

I've decided to teach myself Latin. I have some experience with a bunch of other languages. Currently I have Wheelock's Latin 6e and the Grote guide. I'm not very far yet -- only chapter 6. I was reading the thread discussing the Dowling method though and I like the idea of getting the memorization out of the way first. ...
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New latin oral proficiency class starting up online

This class is free, but intensive, and taught by a noted Latin philologist:

http://www.academiathules.org/courses/c ... bili.shtml
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Translation Help -- Please!!

Hi I am getting a tatoo done, in which i want an english phrase written in Latin . The phrase is "You'll Never Walk Alone". I have tried to do some research and have been given many suggestions.
Such as

Numquam Soli Ambulabitis

Solus numquam vades (Been suggested this may mean "You Never Go Alone"

Numquam solus ambulabatis


As I say, it's for a tatoo was i want to make sure the translation is correct. ...
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Reading / Translating strategies

Salvete,

I would like to ask any members of this board for help, namely with the following:

I've been studying Latin for over a year now (independantly and recently in college as well), and I've got quite a good grasp of the Latin vocabulary as well as the grammar (all the basics in any case) - except for the fact that I don't seem to make much progress in my reading comprehension. I keep thinking ...
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The cat on the island

I am trying to say:

The island's inhabitants were afraid of the cat.

I came up with:

Incolae insulae felem timebant.

Incolae = nom. pl.
insulae = gen sg. (of the island, the island's)

Is this correct?
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Comparative neuter of "-ius" adjectives

Saluete, omnes! How does one form the comparative of adjectives in the neutral (or even adverbs) of words like "ebrius"?

Sic reor:

adjectives:
m. ebrius, ebrior, ebrissimus
f. ebria, ebrior, ebrissima
n. ebrium, ebrius, ebrissimum

adverbs:
ebrie, ebrius, ebrissime

Gratias uobis omnibus!
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