rustymason wrote:Et in your example does seem to be a conjunction, not an adverb. It seems it would be an adverb in a sentence such as this:
And (Et) the queen paid the penalty, even (et) as she paid the piper.
Feles in silva wrote:In the Unit One notes, M&F state that when used as an adverb, 'et' means 'even'.
Et reginas poenas dabat. Even the queen was paying the penalty.
I must be missing something here, but, outside of context perhaps, what would prevent this from meaning And the queen was paying the penalty?
discipulus wrote:word of advice bucko - when you get to the bottom of pg. 43 pay close attention to the section on ELLIPSIS ( the unwritten word). ellipsis crops up continually in all the exercises of all the units that follow
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