I'd like to translate the phrase "always learning" into Latin.
I think it would be something like SEMPER DISCENS, but am not sure...
What is the proper translation?
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Semper discens ist totally right. If you want to express that you are always learning, it might make sense to add ‚sum‘. To my mind, a translation using a participle is probably the best way to say it as it gives you the attribute that you are always learning, which is indeed something like a character trait. If you just said ‚Semper disco‘, it does not really clearify that this sentence is meant as a leitmotif - just like you would not say „I always learn“ in English.