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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The mother asked her children not to run in the garden.


Her heart was more broken than his (heart).


Prepare to die!


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


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


We know that Cornelia is a Roman girl.


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


He feels that his mother was killed.


Don't die!


Anyone will like a house covered with ivy.


Does anyone feel that the senator is covering his crimes?


I know that Cornelius is a Roman senator.


We did not know why he spoke sharply.


Brutus will kill Caesar within this year.


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


The mother's third son most courageously saw his rather delightful girlfriend, but he had not told his mother and the very angry mother therefore troubled him viciously.


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


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


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


Love is only shown by friendship.


Have you persuaded her to marry you?


What will you buy?


He was the angriest between the friends.


Who are you?


I am a farmer.


With her son, Stuart, having been given a kiss by his girlfriend, Julia, the mother knew that her son was growing into a young man.


Are you the king, Julius?


I heard that you had wandered in the garden.


I cannot hear you.


He says that Marcus called his brother.


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


I came to serve, not to be served.


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