English Phrases

Here is a list of some phrases in English with their Latin equivalents meant to showcase how the English sentence looks like in Latin.

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There are currently 185 phrases.

Can you hear that?

The faithful soldier guarded the powerful king from the bad people.

She was discovered the true Goddess by her gait.

This man's son will work with me tomorrow, and his daughter will show my sister her house in three hours all day.

I ran more quickly than her, but Hank ran the most quickly of us.

I am asking him to purchase a ship.

Do you see the large mountains, King?

Everything I can do, you can do better, and this annoys me.

She will see how great the strength of their words had been.

My day was good. My day was bad. This day was the worst. This day was the best.

Julius reads sillier books than Maria.

We are the people.

Few hope to resist the cavalry.

I am tired of school.

Aurora knows that her friend greatly loves her. Her friend also knows that he is very greatly loved by Aurora.

The boy and girl had come to the school yesterday.

I am loved by her, and she is loved by me.

"How are you?" said Jack. "I am well," Celia said to him.

Seth becomes very sad.

Publius is more manly than Paulus.

They sailed the worst river.

I can speak Latin.

The queen offered the world to the soldiers.

They ask why you cannot go with us.

What is there to fear than fear itself?

I cannot hear you.

Who are you?

Many sons knew that they were inheriting their parents' property.

The angry Jack said to his foolish friend, "You are loving that girl, Max? She is a very horrible girl whom you love!"

Love is only shown by friendship.

Give the statue to me, now!

I will give all the glory of my heart to God who is king.

Will love escape me, or will I escape love?

Sally had been heard quite clearly by her husband Seth, but Seth will never be heard by his wife.

I did not give the richer girl money.

In one month, I will ask Janet, "Did you cook the cow for two or three hours?"

Do you think that the father ought to read books to his son?

Marcus is always losing money.

Give the money to me!

Although the queen had been captured by the king's worst enemies, the king's soldiers did not immediately prepare to save her.

I found my smallest object with my good friend, and I placed it in my shoe so no one can find it.

Never trust the Greeks, and beware their gifts!

Fabius wrote a poem a little longer than the poem of Claudius.

By the end of the day, I will have made a wonderful gift for Father.

He says that Marcus called his brother.

My father likes to read many books.

Which officer was in charge of the legion?

My twelfth dog ran to my seventh cow in three open fields.

The son sought public office with help from his father.

Money was a help for the poor.

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