lachlan wrote:- Amor patriae in vicitate nostra semper valebit
love of our fatherland in citizenship will always be strong ???
-malus tyrannus novum regem necare non poterat, propter virtutem pulchrae uxoris, reginae
the evil tyrannt was not able to kill the new king, because of the courage of his beautiful wife, the Queen??
- Tha ancient Greeks used to praise teh goddess in beautiful literature
antiquae Graecae deam in pulchram litterarum laudabant ??
adrianus wrote:Salvete lachlan benissimeque
Also perhaps "in vicitate nostra" = "in vicinitate nostra". What do you think? But probably as you say, benissimus.
Pro "in vicitate nostra", legete "in vicinitate nostra" = "in our area" vel "in our part of the world" vel "in our neighbourhood". Quid censetis? At probabiliÃ¹s, benissime, ut dicis.
benissimus wrote:hoc et mihi uidebatur, priusquam "citizenship" aspicerem.
lachlan wrote:thx so much for your help guys. I can never seem to get them entirely right on my own ..
also thx a lot for telling me that in always takes the dative except when it means into...
but i still had a question if it took teh dative since its not plural shouldnt it be pulchrae litterae? the -is I thought signified plurality?
also I just realized what I had was greek women ... no?
I think I should have had antiqus Graecus ??