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.

The farmers are happy on a good year.


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


Knowledge can kill the strongest of men.


I heard that you would wander in the garden.


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


The cruelest and richest king lived for a very long time, however with his death a more happy time was greatly brought up.


I buy the best food for my family.


Seth becomes very sad.


Who doesn't like any bird?


Marcus is always losing money.


Julius reads sillier books than Maria.


I can speak Latin.


I gave money to the merchant selling the roses.


Will love escape me, or will I escape love?


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


We did not know why he spoke sharply.


I only buy the best food for my family.


While Caesar was alive, Horus did not go to Rome.


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.


I cannot hear you.


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


I love the song that my friend has made.


Have a wonderful and pleasant day!


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


Do you see the large mountains, King?


Lucius gave bigger kisses to the most delightful girl.


Brutus will kill Caesar within this year.


My sister use to wash me because of my youth, but I can now wash myself.


Caesar was so drunk that he could not attack Gaul.


With the slave having been accused, the master left.


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


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


I hope that Latin never dies!


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


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