Yes. Ità est. "ex quo (scilicet tempore)" secundum L&S.Nooj wrote:ex quo = ex quo tempore?
Sure. Oportet with subject accusative. Iterùm. "Oportet" cum subjecto accusativo.could 'regem' and 'fatuum' be taken as the subjects of nasci
Oh that's fantastic, thank you.ptolemyauletes wrote:My suggestion would be
'Charles, the youngest of four children'
'Carolus, ex quattuor liberis natu minimus'
'Charles, out of four children the least by birth.'
Hm, yes I see that now.That would be true if this were an indirect question, but it is not. There is no original question here. This is indirect statement.
modus.irrealis wrote:...satis constat, ubi media libera sint, populum liberum esse... You would need the subjunctive in this construction, right?
A&G, §582a wrote:"Ubi tyrannus est, ibi non vitiosam, sed dicendum est plane nullam esse rem publicam" ([Cicero] Rep. iii 43), "where there is a tyrant, it must be said, not that the commonwealth is evil, but that it does not exist at all."
Quintilianus, De institutione oratoria, liber tertius, caput secundum. wrote:Ratio autem est, quâ id, quod factum esse constat, defenditur. Et cur non utamur eodem, quo sunt usi fere omnes, exemplo? Orestes matrem occidit: hoc constat.