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strider1551 wrote:(i now need to do in Venusia stayed.)
"in Venusia stayed"
Start with "in Venusia". This is just a simple prepositional phrase. I'm sure you know the Latin equivalent to "in" (hint: it looks very similar); it has two basic meanings depending on what case you put its object in. Ask yourself what case gives the meaning you want and then put "Venusia" in that case.
The journey had been long and difficult.
They stayed in Rome for seven years; then Flaccus decided to return home.
Flaccus returned to Venusia; Quintus left Italy and sailed to Athens.
Quintus stayed in Athens for a long time.
Could someone please help me translate these sentences as I can't really understand the cases etc in them and I have no other references.
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