Since a participle is a verbal-adjective, does this mean it can not be the subject? If I wanted to say "They are about to praise him", is this right:
If this is right, then how do I know whether it's first, second, or third person? If I wanted to say "I am going to praise him" would this be correct: Ego eum laudaturus; with the 'ego' necessary to establish person.
That helps a lot. I've been reading over chapters 23-25 for a while now. It's like hitting a wall after all going so smoothly.
I've looked for a beginner's Latin reader but to no avail.
Turpissimus wrote:The different Roman authors vary in difficulty of course. I'd say they rank like this:
Easy: Caesar, Ovid, Pliny, Martial
Harder: Virgil, Catullus
Those are the ones I've had a look at so far. Horace may be one of the more difficult ones.
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