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how do u pronounce "roma est"

is it pronounced "romast"? I read that if a word before "est" ends with a vowel, the "e" in "est" is cut out.
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M&F Answer Key PDFs

I've posted the first two Units of the M&F Key I am working on. More will follow as they are completed. The download links are:

Unit One:

Unit Two:

Please note that these are drafts, and that they contain errors. I welcome any and all comments, suggestions, and corrections. I will incorporate these into subsequent drafts, and I will insert the names of those who have contributed into the document.

You can submit ...
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Other Good Language Forums

When first endeavoring to take Latin my intentions were to learn the basic structure and language roots so i could learn other modern day languages. Textkit.com really helped me get through Wheelocks and now I think I have enough basic Latin to learn some modern language. I was wondering, does anyone know of a language forum just like this one for languages such as: Spanish, Italian, German, French, etc. Or even some to help teach ...
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educate me!

Hello, Im after a bit of help and it's a long time I did latin at school!
Is there a latin translation for the phrase "trial(s) and tribulation(s)"?
I invented "tribulatio et temptatio", but this is without grammatical knowledge, or true meaning of the words.
If anyone knows a correct translation, please post a response.

:roll: many thanks - Nels
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Is there a latin abbreviation for "As opposed to"

Not vice versa . . . . . but "as opposed to" . . .
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Latin Conversation - to speak or not to speak

Curious to know the opinions of board participants. There are a lot of options because I suspect that people have nuanced opinions about this question. Not all the answers are mutually exclusive.
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Unit 2 Exercises Confusion

In #'s 4-7 of the Exercises of Unit 2, I am quite confused about how to translate the protases...

4. Incolae si feminas insulae damnarent, nautae ad terram venire non dubitarent.

What does the "insulae" connect with? Is it a genitive of penalty (condemned to the island), a genitive modifying Incolae (inhabitants of the island), or is it "women of the island?"

5. Incolae si insulae feminas damnavissent, nautae ad terram venire non dubitavissent.

Here, ...
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Ooh ooh ooh!

I just got email from Amazon telling me my copy of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (Ancient Greek Edition) has shipped.
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Latin Audio Poll

Some of the members here and I have been working on a audio suppliment to the Latin texts available here. We hope to have the project ready in the next month or so. We are at the point now where we are beginning to finalize the work.

This poll is meant to get a feel for how members would use such a suppliment.

This poll will run for 30 days.
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