little flower wrote:thanks furry'
try this one
Ego amicus tuus qui te amo tecum sum.
little flower wrote:hi all
Why is latin spelt with an 'e' in this sentence.
Nescis latine scribere (you do not know how to write latin.) ll 18.87
(PS. please pray for a successful visit of the pope to the uk.)
little flower wrote:hi again
what does this sentence mean?
Certe mulieres rarius a liberis suis discedunt. ll 20.74
does iulius mean that women dont desert their children i.e give them to a nurse or does it refer to the roman custom of picking up the child to acknowledge responsibility for it which was usually left to the man.
little flower wrote:1 Catena ex ferro facta est (ll 22 13) Why ex rather than e ?.I thought ex was reserved for vowels.
little flower wrote:2 Catena constat e multis anulis ferreis qui inter se coniunguntur. What does qui agree with.? (ll 22. 13)
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