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his is my home work and it's bit difficult for me.
1)adventum equitatus Quinto nuntiaverunt.
2)Postquam Salvius fabros qui laborabant in casa dimisit, cum Decimo loqui coepit.
3)Senex, cui sellas mensasque heri vendidi, hodie eas emere non voluit.
4)Horatius, prope ianuam villae stans, canes latrantes spectabat.
5)Milites, a centurionibus instructi, in longis ordinibus stabant.
i tried to translate them but they didnt make sense.
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II. Please provide your own translation, or explain with very good reason why this is not possible. If you have questions about an exercise in a book, please post both the English and Latin so the person helping you can answer your questions more easily. People are less likely to answer your questions promptly if you only post your answers and the exercise number without the original question.
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Welcome. You did attempt one word in Latin, black countess. Note that, if you are feminine, candidatus should be candidata.
Gratus tuus adventus. Unum vocabulum latinum ausa es, cometissa nigra. Nota autem: tu feminina candidatam scribere debes.
I'm writing in Latin hoping for correction, and not because I'm confident in how I express myself. Latinè scribo ut ab omnibus corrigar, non quod confidenter me exprimam.
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