1. Friends, do not offer good things to bad people too freely.
my translation: amici, non offerui bonae rei liberius maus populus.
stoopib wrote:thanks jerkass. like i'm not having a hard enough time with this crap, i need assholes like you making fun of me online.
stoopib wrote:So I have another homework assignment due. Anyone wanna make fun of me again? Please PM me if you're willing to help.
Kasper wrote:You've got the words, now match them up!
"Those who/among/this/they were nourished/no/more/have good sense/they are able/whom/well/to smell of/those who/in the kitchen/they live! "
"Those who" - is there a verb that matches 'those who'? they are likely to be doing something since it is in the nominative.
"among" - among what?
"They were nourished" - who are 'they'? Is there a word (either a name or a pronoun) that you could substitute for 'they'?
and so on...
Is there a word (either a name or a pronoun) that you could substitute for 'they'?
"Ego discipulos in scholis stultissimos fieri puto, quod nihil, ex his
quae in usu habemus, aut audiunt aut vident, sed homines plenos timoris
petentes a piratis ne se in catenas iniciant, sed tyrannos edicta
scribentes quibus imperent filiis ut capita patrum suorum praecidant,
sed reges oraculis monitos ut virgines tres immolent ne pestilentia
I reckon students experience the most foolish things in schools, because they never hear or see nothing we use, but instead become men full of fear of pirates for not to fall into their chains, but they become tyrrants who writing their decrees command children to cut off the heads of their parents, but they become kings respecting oracles and sacrificing 3 virgins so a more serious plague may not happen..."
Qui inter haec aluntur non magis sapere possunt quam bene
olere qui in culina vivunt!
The ones who grow up in the kitchen have good sense and even smell better (THIS CONFUSES ME TO NO END!).
Levibus enim atque turpibus declamationibus
magistri effecerunt ut corpus orationis enervaretur et caderet. Certe
neque Plato neque Demosthenes ad hoc genus exercitationis accessit!"
Non est passus Agamemnon me diutius orare: "Ego magistros fateor in his exercitationibus peccare, sed debemus eis ignoscere. Nam nisi dixerint ea quae adulescentibus placent, ut ait Cicero, 'soli in scholis relinquentur.' Parentes culpa digni sunt, qui nolunt liberos suos severa lege discere. Nunc, ut puero, in scholis ludunt; ut iuvenes, ridentus in foro."
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