Amiros wrote:28. At my house.
Domī meī. // In domō/domū meō. // Apud meum.
Amiros wrote:30. About terms of peace.
Dē conditiōnibus pācis.
Amiros wrote:32. Round about the city.
Amiros wrote:33. On this side of the mountain.
In hōc latere montis.
Amiros wrote:43. Behind the horsemen.
Amiros wrote:46. Adjoining the camp.
Amiros wrote:50. It lies under your eyes.
Sub oculōs tuōs jacet.
Amiros wrote:44. According to the laws.
45. Contrary to the laws.
4. He asked me so often that I gave him the book.
Toties me rogavit ut librum ei dederim.
10. He was so hurt that he died.
Adeo laesus est ut mortuus sit.
Sceptra Tenens wrote:Moreretur is fine, but not mortuus fuerit. But, the perfect subjunctive, mortuus fit, is also fine - Adler would say that it referred to something that recently happened. "He has (just recently) been so hurt that he has died".
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