I found the following quote at the beginning of a book on Indo-European linguistics:
"Opusculum hoc, quamdiu vixero, doctioribus emendandum offero." (Iunius, Observationes)
I'm trying to figure out what it means. For starters, I wanted to at least find the meaning of all the individual words:
opusculum = a little work (nominative/accusative/vocative singular)
hoc = for this reason, hither, to this place, < hic = this (nominative/accusative neuter, ablative masculine/neuter singular)
quamdiu = how long, as long as, until, during
vixero < vivo = live (first-person singular future perfect active indicative)
doctioribus < doctior = wiser (ablative masculine/ feminine/neuter plural)
emendandum < emendandus = which is to be corrected (nominative/accusative/vocative neuter singular, accusative masculine singular)
offero = bring before, bring to, present, offer, show...
I still have difficulties finding the meaning of the whole sentence since I'm not really on good terms with Latin syntax. Can someone translate this sentence if it's not too much trouble?