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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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translation help: english to latin

Hello, i've been looking to translate this phrase, and would like help with it. please note i am no latin student, and am just curious about how this would look in latin, i've tried a few web sites but have found that they dont do phrases that well, i would just peice it together with a dictionary online but words like It, and The dont seem to literally translate, any help would be great, thanks. ...
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Looking for Jenny's Teacher's Manual


I've dug out my old high school latin book, "First Year Latin" edited
by Jenny, Scudder and Baade; the 1979 edition.

I'm looking for a copy of the teacher's manual, which I assume contains
the answers to the exercises.

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Means Epic I think in English. I don't know the root. What does Epos mean?
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When looking at all this Latin again, I was wondering about punctuation. Did the Romans use punctuation at all? I remember seeing the use of interpunctio. Was this the early period? On other occasions, sentences were connected through et or followed each other without any punctuation at all. Which one is the most common and does Latin actually need punctuation?
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Translation help

Hey guys,

I'm new to this board and wondered if you could help me out. I spent about a month learning latin about a year ago. I couldn't find enough time to continue though. In that period, I tried to make some correct sentences I needed. I have no idea whether I translated them with the correct declinations (and words for that matter) or not. Could anyone look at this sentence and tell me if ...
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does anyone know how to macronate letters in MS word?
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sentence translation

Hi, I need help translating this sentence:
"...quibus freti Romani urbem ab initiis parvis ad tantum imperium protulerant."
I know what all of the words mean but I'm not sure how "quibus freti" fits in or what it means... so I'm not sure how to piece it together.

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the origin of the word apocalypse

Hi, how are you? Thanks for taking the time.

Is this word latin in origin?

If it is latin could you break it down in to its root words?

Sorry for bothering you guys with this but I've searched greek, latin, hebrew, and aramaic web sights and could not find a thing.
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