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38 latin stories

Postby Stevie » Tue Nov 02, 2004 6:14 pm

I need help translating Nisus and Euryalus from 38 latin stories designed to go with wheelocks latin: Thanks for any help you can give!!

Dum nox erat et caopiae dormiebant duces Troianorum in castris consilium habebant. Ad hos Nisus Eryalusque iuvenes Troiani audent venire. "O magni viri" dicit Nisus "si me cum Euryalo ad castra Ruthulorum mittetis non solum multos homines necabimus sed etiam multam praedam ex illus rapiemus somnus enim istos hobet." "Animos virtutemque hormun iuvenum laudo!" Exclamat Iulus filius Aeneasillius. "Valete!"
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Postby Turpissimus » Tue Nov 02, 2004 7:27 pm

Dum nox erat et caopiae dormiebant duces Troianorum in castris consilium habebant. Ad hos Nisus Eryalusque iuvenes Troiani audent venire. "O magni viri" dicit Nisus "si me cum Euryalo ad castra Ruthulorum mittetis non solum multos homines necabimus sed etiam multam praedam ex illus rapiemus somnus enim istos hobet." "Animos virtutemque hormun iuvenum laudo!" Exclamat Iulus filius Aeneasillius. "Valete!"


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Postby benissimus » Wed Nov 03, 2004 1:39 am

Yes, please read the forum rules. This is a charming story though, if you specify what exactly is troubling you about it or post your translation of it, then we will be glad to help.
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