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2015-05-27 Ancient Greek to Latin:

Hello,    First of all I have to tell you that “τοὺς μὲν φαύλους ζῆν τοῦ ἐσθί

2015-05-26 grammar:

Dear Robert,    1.Here’s the literal translation for “….ira vanis et extra causam obversantibus commovetur” (Seneca, De Ira, book I, chapter 18, section 2): “…anger (iră, nominative) is moved (commovetur)

2015-05-25 A little confused:

Hello,    First of all I have to point out that in classic Latin prose  Negative Command is regularly expressed by “ne” (not)  or “numquam” (never) with the Perfect Subjunctive, when the command is in

2015-05-18 grammar:

Dear Robert,    1.In “….cum mittam in supplicium militare …(Seneca, De Ira, book I, chapter 16, section 5) the word  “militare”, agreeing with the neuter noun “supplicium”, is the neuter accusative of

2015-05-17 Latin paraphrase of Socrates quote:

Hello,    Here are the translations you are looking for:    (a) “Qui veritatem quaerit patientiā uti debet “ (literally, “He who seeks the truth must use patience”, i.e.  Ὁ  ἀλή

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