I am working through Unit 1 exercises and drills. I got stuck at #19:
Feminae est forma, fama nautae; feminis est forma, fama nautis.
The link to the the PDF answer key seems to be down, any help would be appreciated. If I ignore the comma I can come up with:
The woman's beauty is the talk of the sailor for the first part but otherwise, the only way I could make sense of it is:
Beauty is of the woman (belongs to the woman), the talk of the sailor; beauty is from the women, the talk by (amongst) the sailors?? Hmm, I am confused.