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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To realize the mistakes that I have made makes me sad.
Eucleides says that school is the best.
Can you hear that?
The cruelest and richest king lived for a very long time, however with his death a more happy time was greatly brought up.
He was the angriest between the friends.
Why are you doing this?
The son sought public office with help from his father.
The lucky boy finds the small (virgin) girl next to the beautiful roses.
Money was a help for the poor.
Gaius likes the prettiest girls in school.
My twelfth dog ran to my seventh cow in three open fields.
The dying old man was wanting to walk, but he could not.
Tomorrow, we will conquer the people of Rome by means of our plan, and without delay, we will prepare ourselves for the day!
They sailed the worst river.
My day was good. My day was bad. This day was the worst. This day was the best.
The fierce brother has bad plans.
Which officer was in charge of the legion?
What are you doing?
With him willing, all will be led.
The mother asked her children not to run in the garden.
Trax doesn't want to want.
I am tired of school.
Will love escape me, or will I escape love?
I was unable to read today.
I know that Cornelius is a Roman senator.
What is your name?
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.
It is allowed for you to cry at funerals.
We did not know why he spoke sharply.
To eat in the inn was a good fortune for the tired travelers.