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.

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


Aurora knows that her friend greatly loves her. Her friend also knows that he is very greatly loved by Aurora.


We will rejoice all summer.


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


Give the statue to me, now!


Did he give you your book, Marcus?


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


I gave money to the merchant selling the roses.


Milo was so tired that he slept on the road.


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.


To eat in the inn was a good fortune for the tired travelers.


Fabius wrote a poem a little longer than the poem of Claudius.


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


I came to serve, not to be served.


I come from the fields.


I wish that I could kiss that beautiful girl, but her heart and mind is what truly captures my heart.


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.


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


Many sons knew that they were inheriting their parents' property.


Money was a help for the poor.


Why are you doing this?


He feels that his mother was killed.


The lucky boy finds the small (virgin) girl next to the beautiful roses.


Marcus fled Greece to find his mother in Rome.


It is allowed for you to cry at funerals.


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


I am tired of school.


Fabius led his horses home lest they become frightened by the storm.


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.


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


This war was a little more difficult than Caesar had warned.


Gaius likes the prettiest girls in school.


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