columbula wrote:First, I'm taking the iuniorum as talking about the following qui. But I'm not sure if that's all that correct.
Also, mainly I have a question with the usage of scio here. What is the indirect statement of it?
columbula wrote:My Latin teacher always said to us that nosco means to learn and when it's in the perfect tense it's meaning becomes "to know". But they basically have the same meaning anyway -- and using "to get to know" makes it sound a lot clearer.
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