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The answer to 146,page 61

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The answer to 146,page 61

Postby runicus » Fri Jan 27, 2006 6:24 pm

The original text:"Ii pueri cum Cornelia in oppido Roma,claro Italiae oppido,habitabant..."

the translation given :"These boys lived with Cornelia in the town of Rome,THE MOST FAMOUS TOWN of Italy"

I am wondering where the superlative form has come in,but according to me the superlative for "clarus,-a,-um"would be "clarissimus,-a,-um",assuming I am correct.

What do you think, O CARI AMICI? :o

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