Friday night and practising my Greek --now that is cool :!:
Example: "I didn't punish the slave who had not done his work."
I know that the finite verb in the main clause must be in the aorist tense (i.e., e)ko/lasa). I do not want to use a subordinate relative clause but a partiiciple instead; therefore, the participle in this example must be in the aorist aspect ...
Hello! One of my favourite quotes is 'Vincit, qui se vincit.'
However, I don't know how to pronounce it correctly! If somone could
possibly give me a phonetic version of that sentence, I would be grateful!
1. The soldiers are so brave that they always conquer the enemy.
2. The danger is so great that no ships can be saved.
3. So great a storm had arisen that all the sailors were terrified.
4. He escaped so quickly that no one could catch him.
1. Tam fortes sunt milites ut semper hostem vincant. 2. Tantum est periculum ut nullae naves servari possint. 3. Tanta tempestas coorta erat ut omnes nautae timerent. ...