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Exercitia Latina, Ch. 16: "...nāuigantī..."

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If a Latin sentence cannot end in a preposition, how would you say "I have never seen that before." in Latin?

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Sentence without a verb

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What is the correct analysis of the personal dative in the so-called "double dative constructions"?

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On the (alleged) ambiguity of "Fabricius a subsellis demisso capite discesserat" (Cic. Clu. 58)

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Cethegus (...) recitatis litteris debilitatus atque abiectus conscientia repente conticuit. (Cic. Catil. 3, 10)

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What is μέγεθος referring to in Jewish War 3.4

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Do these Latin phrases make sense?

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What case is virtutis in "prope virum summae virtutis sto"?

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"Ut optimus quisque unum pro multis donatum est caput"

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"Qui meus tuus apud te locus, qui tuus velim ut meus"

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If blood speaks, DNA is its voice

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Why ablative "natu" is used in these expressions?

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Usage of ablative in a sentence by Curtius

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