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2016-08-25 grammar:

Dear Robert,    1.In “….quid illic, ubi in se volutatur et, cum sine ullo spiramento sit inclusus, in ipsos a quibus excitatus est recidit?” (Seneca, Epistulae morales ad Lucilium, LVII.2) Gummere’s translation

2016-08-24 2 variations on how to say "always moving forward without fear":

Hello,    here are the differences between the two Latin sentences  “Semper procedendum sine timore” and “Semper sine metu procedere”:    1.”Semper procedendum sine timore”  literally means: “It is necessary

2016-08-12 Phrase:

Hello,    first of all the syllogism "Quae sunt eadem uni tertio sunt idem inter se” means:"Those things which are equal to a third one are each other equal”.    Please note that in this syllogism the

2016-08-11 grammar:

Dear Robert,    1.“….numquam vacat lascivire districtis… (Seneca, Epistulae morales ad Lucilium, LVI.9) literally means:”…to/for  those who are occupied (districtis, dative plural , past participle,  of

2016-08-07 Translation:

Hello,    the motto "Inhale the Future, Exhale the Past" meaning “Embrace the future and all that comes with it, while letting the past go and not allowing it to interfere with your present and future”

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