adrianus wrote:Hi Boban
I am wondering if these sentences are your school homework, by any chance, which will be marked by a teacher? Are they?
Demiror an forsitan hae sententiae pensum tuum domesticum scholÃ¢ est, quod Ã magistro notabitur? Estne?
adrianus wrote:Apologies, Boban. I left school many years ago, too, and I too am learning Latin from schoolbooks (mainly 17th century ones but more recent ones as well).
Well, I can only admire how patiently and carefully you work, Boban. What motivates you to learn Latin?
You know, Boban, of course, that Latin once had a locative case that it keeps only for a few words. By the way, tell me, Boban, does Serbian have diacritics for long vowels like Lithuanian, and under what circumstances do you stress a final syllable in Serbian (if at all)?Boban wrote:Serbian has 7 cases as opposed to 6 Latin cases, only difference is that ablative is divided in Serbian to two cases, instrumental and locative
adrianus wrote:and the stress of a final syllable in Serbian?
et vis SerbicÃ¨ syllabae ultimae?
adrianus wrote:That's the bit that interests me, Boban.
adrianus wrote:That's the bit that interests me, Boban. Ecce quod mihi interest.Boban wrote:it's more complicated than that
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