pmda wrote:Does se habet refer to his 'pes' - i.e. 'How is your foot doing today?
Pes tuus is the subject of habet - how does your foot have itself today? How does your foot fare today?Quintus: Quomodo se habet pes tuus hodie?
I'm not sure of the syntax and why it's in 3rd person. Does se habet refer to his 'pes' - i.e. 'How is your foot doing today?
Pes is masculine.Actually perhaps of more interest is - can anyone explain the case of 'tuus'. Why isn't it 'tuum'
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