Non in pane solo vivet homo,sed in omni verbo, quod procedit de ore Deiï¼
Vivet is future.
So "human being will not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds out of God's mouth".
But I thought this might be an imperative sentence, like "Man should not live by bread alone......"
But I don't know if you use "non" in imperative sentences.
As far as I know "ne" is used in imperative sentences.
Now I see. The third person has to have, if it is imperative, "non", not "ne".
But how is it when it is the second person?
If it is "in pane vives"(Man, don't live by bread alone, but by.....), does the sentence take "non", or "ne"? "Non in pane vives" or "Ne in pane vives"?