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Latin translation help

Postby Rahver » Thu Jul 25, 2013 12:49 am

Hi all,
I would like to know the English translation of "Aut viam inveniam faciam"
I do know the proper phrase is Aut viam inveniam aut faciam, but what would the first translate to exactly. Many thanks!
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Re: Latin translation help

Postby Qimmik » Wed Jul 31, 2013 6:27 pm

Eight main possibilities:

"Or let me find highway let me make"

"Or I will find highway let me make"

"Or let me find highway I will make"

"Or I will find highway I will make"

"Or let me find highway let me make highway"

"Or I will find highway let me make highway"

"Or let me find highway I will make highway"

"Or let me find highway let me make highway"

You could add either "the" or "a" before "highway" if you want a definite or indefinite article, and you could change "or" to "either", to make thirty-two alternatives. You could substitute "road" or "thoroughfare" or "street" for "highway." Perhaps someone can think of more possibilities.
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