Manwe Sulimo wrote:1. "Think not that guilt requires the burning torches of the Furies to agitate and torment it. Their own frauds, their
crimes, their remembrances of the past, their terrors of
the future,--these are the domestic furies that are ever
present to the mind of the impious." --Robert Hall.
2. They whose guilt within their bosom lies, imagine every eye beholds their blame. --Shakespeare.
"That hatred springs from more self-contempt than from a legitimate grievance is seen in the intimate connection between hatred and a guilty conscience." --Eric Hoffer
benissimus wrote:Wow, that's pretty impressive. I did notice some mistakes, but you obviously have a very good understanding of the language already and you used more than just nominative and genitive.