Salve!NelsonN wrote:"feminae pulchram" meaning "women are beautiful"
phil wrote:pulchram should also be plural. Because the adjective is describing the noun feminae it must agree in gender, (which you got right), as well as case and number. Because feminae is plural nominative, then pulchram must also be plural and nominative.
Still confused, ay?NelsonN wrote:So, I got it right?
benissimus wrote:feminae pulchrae is correct, but it means "beautiful women". In some circumstances you could leave the verb out, but typically you would say Feminae sunt pulchrae "Women are beautiful". Don't worry if you're just getting started, you will be able to write sentences in a short time.
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