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 a farmer.

Lucius gave bigger kisses to the most delightful girl.

Happy Birthday!

Knowledge can kill the strongest of men.

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

I buy the best food for my family.

We will rejoice all summer.

We are the people.

What is there to fear than fear itself?

Call your faithful husband today, my mother.

Eucleides says that school is the best.

They sailed the worst river.

What will you buy?

I hope that Latin never dies!

I heard that you would wander in the garden.

Can you hear that?

The dying old man was wanting to walk, but he could not.

We will do great favors for him after his labor.

It is bad to love money, but it is good to give it.

Jane has three dogs to whom she gives much care.

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

Concern wraps around my mind as I sit in my chair.

I will not grow to be much bigger.

He was the angriest between the friends.

Was the officer in charge of the legion?

She was discovered the true Goddess by her gait.

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

I gave money to the merchant selling the roses.

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

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

He feels that his mother was killed.

You are much kinder than my cruel sister whose anger is the greatest of all my family.

My father likes to read many books.

What is your name?

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