furrykef wrote:By the way, one thing to be careful about is that the adjectives agree with the gender of the noun, not the declension. "Nauta", for example, is a first-declension noun, but it is masculine, so you would say "magnus nauta" and not "magna nauta". (If, hypothetically, you had a female sailor, that might be a "magna nauta", but in ancient times, sailors were all male, so that situation never arose.)
furrykef wrote:Don't worry, stuff like that used to confuse me too. Just keep at it and all will become clear. If not, you can always ask us.
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