Actually, I've got some phrases that I could probably do with a helping hand with if that's ok? Basically, doing anecdotes, phrases and such in different languages. These three in particular are proving to be a nightmare in Latin =D
"The world is man's domain"
The translation I've worked up so far is "orbis terrarum est ...... de vir", obviously missing the word domain and I'm pretty certain vir doesn't mean man's... As you can see my Latin is bad at best!
The next phrase is "Thank God for man" . Again, this is what I've worked up "Gratias ago Deus pro vir"... how's that?
And third and finally
"Man is the world's greatest asset" for which I got "Vir est universitas maioribus contraho".
I'd just like to thank you in advance for even taking the time to read this! Any help will be hugely appreciated