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 181 phrases.

Jane has three dogs to whom she gives much care.

I come from the fields.

The good man gave his beautiful wife a kiss, and with much love, he said, "I love you with all my heart."

To love money is bad and can lead you to a worse life.

I will not grow to be much bigger.

We did not know why he spoke sharply.

The father did not know that Molly has been killed by her boyfriend at her house.

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

We will rejoice all summer.

"I am the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End," says the Lord, "who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty."

Cicero was ignorant of the ambush at that time.

I can play some games, but I have more work to do first.

With the boy wanting to give the girl some roses, the father endured having been persuaded to allow this.

I hear that you were wandering in the garden.

Happy Birthday!

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

The dying old man was wanting to walk, but he could not.

Never trust the Greeks, and beware their gifts!

Don't die!

Who doesn't like any bird?

I heard that Cornelia was going to the shop; however, I also heard that her friend had already bought the shoes that she was searching for.

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

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

I heard that you had wandered in the garden.

What is your name?

Lucius gave bigger kisses to the most delightful girl.

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

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

We ate Mom's excellently cooked food with joy.

She saw herself.

Did he give you your book, Marcus?

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Give the money to me!

I am and will always be the angriest of all people to exist!

Call your faithful husband today, my mother.

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

I am tired of school.

Seth becomes very sad.

Brutus will kill Caesar within this year.

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

Will love escape me, or will I escape love?

Eucleides says that school is the best.

It is necessary for students to study a second language.

He bought flowers in order to please her.

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

I love the song that my friend has made.

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.

Can the traveler endure the wretched inn?

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

Julius reads sillier books than Maria.

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