lucyaurora wrote:does that mean that it sounds bad when I speak in English?
I personally do not think your question is sincere.
adrianus wrote:In "Bonus spectant [sic]" your subject is singular, James, but your verb is plural. Further, "trousers" are feminine not masculine and they can't be the ones doing the looking. In Latin, I think you should say "bonam speciem praebent illae bracae" for "those trousers look good".
Singulari numeri subjectum das, Jacobe, verbum autem plurali. Dissentiunt subjectum et verbum ut scriptum. Porrò, feminini generis nomen bracarum, atque meliùs dicitur, ut credo, "bonam speciem praebent illae bracae" quia non spectant latinè bracae.