Quis ut Deus wrote:Salvete omnes!
For example, I'm trying to say:
"I am nothing compared to you."
I would start out my translation like this:
"Nihil sum comparatus cumte."
I'm sure other people will have suggestions, but you might want to break it up into two phrases in Latin.
"Si tecum/tibi conferor, nihil sum." or "Si te mihi componis, nihil sum."\
In "Nihil sum comparatus cumte," I'm not sure "comparare" is the best verb for "to compare." Perhaps "Conlatus tecum/tibi, nihil sum," or "Te mihi compositô, nihil sum" would also work.
* Note that when you want to say "with me/you/him," etc., the order is "mecum/tecum/secum," etc.Certus sum alios concilium adferre, sed sententiam duas in partes dividere fortasse iuvabit.