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 184 phrases.

I hear that you were wandering in the garden.

Who is the small boy whom the larger, more powerful man is threatening? Does he need help? I will help him before the man hurts him.

The father and mother married and had six sons and four daughters.

He sleeps more often than I.

Why are you doing this?

Give the money to me!

Cicero will speak in two hours.

Sam will not send that letter to Emora, but he will send this letter to her if these hearts are in it.

My brother sleeps for a very long time.

The great woman cooked good food for my serious brothers and sisters.

Marcus fled Greece to find his mother in Rome.

Do you see the large mountains, King?

I heard that you had wandered in the garden.

I am tired of school.

Jesus died for you so that you would not live in everlasting grief.

With the slave having been accused, the master left.

The happy girl whom was running toward the fountain doesn't like to sleep very often.

I did not give the richer girl money.

What is your name?

To be or not to be.

Rufus is a Roman boy, and Julia is a Roman girl.

Julius reads sillier books than Maria.

The rich king was given a very comfortable bed by his soldiers today.

What is there to fear than fear itself?

Tomorrow, we will conquer the people of Rome by means of our plan, and without delay, we will prepare ourselves for the day!

We will rejoice all summer.

I knowing the truth wish to give it, but that feels like a lost dream.

Knowledge can kill the strongest of men.

Who are you?

I know that Cornelius is a Roman senator.

Trax doesn't want to want.

Did anyone trust the words of the senator today?

Jones had started to overpower his enemy, but he quite quickly yielded to him.

Which officer was in charge of the legion?

Gaius likes the prettiest girls in school.

When Claudius and Cato were consuls, the pursuing Gallians being led by Vercingetorix were repulsed by the Roman soldiers, with Caeser leading.

My wife was carried by me across the threshold of the house.

He feels that his mother was killed.

He bought flowers in order to please her.

I gave money to the merchant selling the roses.

Publius is more manly than Paulus.

Although I was absent, my friends at school read through this great book without me.

This war was a little more difficult than Caesar had warned.

What will you buy?

I wish that I could kiss that beautiful girl, but her heart and mind is what truly captures my heart.

I hope that Latin never dies!

The Latin Dictionary: Where Latin meets English.

Caesar was so drunk that he could not attack Gaul.

I buy the best food for my family.

Are you the king, Julius?

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