mountaindew wrote:This is the original Sentence:
Ambulabam per mediam urbem levia mecum cogitans, ut meus est mos. Te in foro stantem cum femina vidi.
This is what I have so far:
I easily walked through the middle of the city thinking with me, with my he is mine. You in (foro) leading) with the woman (visi).
I think I have the first sentence mostly right- but I have no idea what to do with foro or visi. Any help would be greatly appreciated...as I'm trying to this myself but do need a little help from the experts!