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Why does Nepos use the accusative here?

My son was assigned an excerpt from the Vitae of Nepos, Lysander 4, and hit a snag at the end of this sentence:nam cum Lysander praefectus classis...

Asked on 08/25/2021 by Ben Dunlap

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Can 'quod' refer to the previous speaker?

It is quite common to start a Latin sentence with quod, referring to the matter discussed in the previous sentence.In a dialogue, can one use it to refer to...

Asked on 08/25/2021

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Future infinitive active in indirect discourse

The future infinitive active can be used as an active periphrastic, but within an indirect discourse, of which the subject is an accusative and the main verb an infinitive, can...

Asked on 08/25/2021 by Felix Nescienti

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What is a "rough draft" in Latin?

Suppose I'm preparing a speech for the Senate floor, and I want to make sure it sounds just right before I present it. So I come up with a rough...

Asked on 08/25/2021

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If we say worship is only for God which latin word should we use for worship?

Latria is defined as that worship which is due only to God, unlike other forms of veneration (such as to the Virgin Mary or Saints) which is...

Asked on 08/25/2021 by Johan88

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Feminine case 3rd-person version of “Veni, vidi, vici”

How does the famous saying:Veni, vidi, vici.have to be changed so that it describes a female person, such as in English:She came, she saw, she conquered.Reversing Google Translate...

Asked on 08/25/2021 by Ken Edwards

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Translation of a passage

In a book that I'm reading, a passage form Johann Gottlieb Heineccius is referred to illustrate the difference between codicilli and epistolae (the last paragraph [starting: "unde recte"]...

Asked on 08/25/2021

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6 types of person in verb or 3?

People always say that there 6 types of person in the conjugation of a verb:Ihe, she, ityou (single)weyou (plural)theySomehow there is another group of people say that there are only...

Asked on 08/25/2021 by A beginner

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When you finish "lingua latina per se illustrata" can you understand latin books easily?

As It is said in title, when you finish "lingua latina per se illustrata" by Hans H. Ørberg How much can you understand a latin manuscript? Or should one follow...

Asked on 08/25/2021

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Ethics of Spinoza - est ut

Spinoza, Ethics, De Deo, Propositio 33, Scholium 2:Quare non est ut in hoc absurdo refutando tempus consumam.William White translates it:Therefore it is not worthwhile that I should waste time in...

Asked on 08/25/2021 by Ali Nikzad

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