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.

Will love escape me, or will I escape love?


Who doesn't like any bird?


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


Lucius gave bigger kisses to the most delightful girl.


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


For me, email shall never replace written letters. These letters are more personal and representative of its author, and because of this we cannot defer.


Does anyone feel that the senator is covering his crimes?


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


David said that he had secretly gone with Sylvia to the temple because he had wanted to marry her.


In 13 days, I will become the ninth dictator of the fifth nation, and I will with honor make peace on behalf of the second council that has twelve people in it.


Julius reads sillier books than Maria.


Milo was so tired that he slept on the road.


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


With him willing, all will be led.


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


Through hardships to the stars


In Italy, when madness was ruling, several senators marched into ships.


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


Give the statue to me, now!


You are my best friend, and we will be best friends forever.


Death cannot hold He who is God.


Jane has three dogs to whom she gives much care.


Who are you?


I come from the great farms with my loyal friends.


To be or not to be.


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


That isn't good for you to do.


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


Trax doesn't want to want.


He sleeps more often than I.


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


Concern wraps around my mind as I sit in my chair.


Few hope to resist the cavalry.


Money was a help for the poor.


This is madness!


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


My father likes to read many books.


I will not grow to be much bigger.


It is allowed for you to cry at funerals.


Publius is more manly than Paulus.


I love you. Do you love me?


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


With the Sword of Great Wisdom, I defeated my most difficult enemy.


Did he give you your book, Marcus?


I can speak Latin.


What is there to fear than fear itself?


Can the traveler endure the wretched inn?


The power having been seized by the son, the father lived near the city center without a care.


We will do great favors for him after his labor.


We know that Cornelia is a Roman girl.


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