I will be applying to Law school this fall/spring to begin fall 2005. Initially I really wanted to go to the U.S., but then realized I cannot afford US$30'000 per year, and getting into serious debt would further aggravate my depression.
Anyway, I'm hunting around Europe, and found some cool programs in France and Germany. The problem is, I DO NOT SPEAK GERMAN! (French and English are both my mother tongues, and I ...
some suggested answers for lesson LXIII - all criticism welcome!
1. will he report this or will you stay?
2. you (are/were) the first to express your opinion
3. they all wondered at what the other Greeks might/would answer
4. we are at a loss (as to) whether we will burn the wagons we have
5. some of them he will kill, others he will throw out
6. they were deliberating whether they would ...
Hi I've got the following phrases (I didn't know any latin until today)
"amo aqua , egeo in aqua vivere"
I would like them to mean:
"I love water, I want to live in water"
What I got is that vivere is in present infinitive active and if I would take for example redire that is in present infinitive. is vivere correct grammatically in this case, or should it be for example "vivo"?
Also, is ...