3. Sapientiam amicarum, Ã’ filia mea, semper laudat.
The translation shown on Benissimus' answer key is:
3. My daughter, he always praises his friendsâ€™ wisdom.
But my own translation would be more like:
Always praise, my daughter, friends' wisdom.
I can see how Benissimus answer is accurate, but how would you say in Latin my idea of translation here? i.e a father advising his daughter to always praise friend's wisdom.
You may think the question is silly, being a 3rd person singular verb, but in Spanish and Portugues you may use a verb in this person in such a frase ("Alaba siempre, hija mia, la sabiduria de los amigos"). I'm not sure about English and Latin.