I have had som trouble with this epigram by Martialis.
Cum sitis similes paresque vita,
Uxor pessima, pessimus maritus,
Miror, non bene convenire vobis.
My somewhat liberal translation goes as follows:
As you are alike and similar in lust for life,
you worst wife, you worst husband,
I wonder if you wouldn't be well off together.
However, I have trouble understanding the Latin syntax in two places:
1) Am I correct in assuming ...