No I'm not in school. Just a self-latin learner. I took latin 20 years ago and I am now getting back to it. Better late than never, right? Anyway, this forum is a great place to find information regardless on how small it may seem. I found stuff here that has already helped me out a great deal.
Plus...this is my 1st post.
My problem (or confusion) is this: Today, a young man asked me how to say "I hate school" in latin. Thinking it ought to be easy, I found a few confusing ways to say this. What I translated was: scholae odeo then "scholae odi" In my dictionary it states that odi is a present force or feeling (emotion). However, I cannot find the Singular "I hate". Is it Odeo in the First Singular? As for school "scholae" I see it as a feminine noun in the genitive as it seems that school is the object and "hate" is the subject. Is that even close? Sorry if this seems trivial, but it stumped me.