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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Knowledge can kill the strongest of men.
I knowing the truth wish to give it, but that feels like a lost dream.
To love money is bad and can lead you to a worse life.
Jane has three dogs to whom she gives much care.
It is allowed for you to cry at funerals.
I am asking him to purchase a ship.
A man is allowed to drink wine.
I hear that you were wandering in the garden.
The son sought public office with help from his father.
You are much kinder than my cruel sister whose anger is the greatest of all my family.
It is necessary for students to study a second language.
Rufus is a Roman boy, and Julia is a Roman girl.
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I gave money to the merchant selling the roses.
She saw herself.
They sailed the worst river.
I love the song that my friend has made.
Lucius gave bigger kisses to the most delightful girl.
David said that he had secretly gone with Sylvia to the temple because he had wanted to marry her.
To eat in the inn was a good fortune for the tired travelers.
This war was a little more difficult than Caesar had warned.
This is madness!
We will rejoice all summer.
The good man gave his beautiful wife a kiss, and with much love, he said, "I love you with all my heart."
Her heart was more broken than his (heart).
Then God said, “Let Us make man in Our image…"
Tomorrow, we will conquer the people of Rome by means of our plan, and without delay, we will prepare ourselves for the day!
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.
We will do great favors for him after his labor.
Marcus is always losing money.
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.