elduce wrote:1) Supera (macron over 'a') animos et iram tuam.
(What does this sentence mean?)
classicalclarinet translated this correctly. animos
makes sense, as it can mean pride or emotions.
2) ...bellum convivam Caecilianus habet!
(...handsome guest Caecilianus has!) Why does it not read
'bellam convivam' since adj bellam must agree with noun convivam?
You are confusing agreement of endings with agreement of gender. Take very good heed of the note on the page that says conviva, -ae
is first declension masculine
. Adjectives agree with the gender, not the ending of the noun, even though the endings usually match up (until you hit the 3rd, 4th, 5th declensions). Adjectives that are to agree with masculine nouns follow the second declension, adjectives that are to agree with feminine nouns follow the first declension, and adjectives that are to agree with neuter nouns follow the second declension neuter pattern.
3) Satisne sanus est? (I translated this as "Is sanity sufficient?", but I think I err.)
means "sane", not "sanity". It says "Is he sane enough?".
flebile nescio quid queritur lyra, flebile lingua murmurat exanimis, respondent flebile ripae