Ut syllabās gravēs verbōrum didicimus?

Latin Language Asked by Leaky Nun on January 8, 2021

Hanc rēgulam didicī dē verbīs:

  • Sī syllaba paenultima brevis est, syllaba antepaenultima gravis fit.
  • Sī autem longa est, ipsa gravis fit.

Ut hanc rēgulam didicimus? Ex grammaticīs? Quō tempore haec rēgula vēra est? Ita loquuntur Caesar et Cicerō et aliī ōrātōrēs id tempore?

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