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Postby Perseus » Sat Jul 02, 2011 5:11 am

....qui neque progredi neque regredi poterant, et ob pharaonis exercitum et ob mare rubrum, quod ___________ iis erat sine navibus.

Based on word-list provided for this exercise, I think "traicere" is the word that should be put on blank field above, but which form of "traicere" should be applied here? "traiecto"? or what?
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Re: traicere

Postby adrianus » Sat Jul 02, 2011 10:41 am

"quod traiciendum iis erat", ut suspicor. Gerundivum "traiciendum" in spatium relictum [ad vocabulum inscribendum] insertendum est, credo. Sic in sermones anglicos verto: "which was having to be crossed for them", id est, "that they had to cross"
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