So, I have heard an interesting claim about Latin, and I wonder how true it is. The claim is, given that Latin has declensions, you can shuffle words around and keep the sentence's meaning.
Is that always the case, or is there some sentence such that the position of the words alters the meaning?
I was thinking about "Non Dvcor Dvco", the motto of the city of sao paulo, that means "I am not led, I lead". Would "Dvcor Dvco Non" mean the same? Would "Non Dvco Dvcor" mean the same?
Sorry about the newbie question. I am not a student of Latin, I just have this curiosity, so I expect I am glossing over way too much. Detailed explanations are most welcome, but keep in mind the depths of my ignorance :)