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 181 phrases.

They sailed the worst river.

"How are you?" said Jack. "I am well," Celia said to him.

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

I hope that Latin never dies!

Julius reads sillier books than Maria.

A man is allowed to drink wine.

I ran more quickly than her, but Hank ran the most quickly of us.

Eucleides says that school is the best.

Anyone will like a house covered with ivy.

Which officer was in charge of the legion?

I am loved by her, and she is loved by me.

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

He feels that his mother was killed.

Give the statue to me, now!

We will do great favors for him after his labor.

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I love you. Do you love me?

In 13 days, I will become the ninth dictator of the fifth nation, and I will with honor make peace on behalf of the second council that has twelve people in it.

Caesar was so drunk that he could not attack Gaul.

It is necessary for students to study a second language.

This is the eighth day to dine.

Prepare to die!

I hear that you were wandering in the garden.

By the end of the day, I will have made a wonderful gift for Father.

I am a farmer.

Everything I can do, you can do better, and this annoys me.

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

This man's son will work with me tomorrow, and his daughter will show my sister her house in three hours all day.

I heard that you had wandered in the garden.

Have a wonderful and pleasant day!

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

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