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“Hic” or “hīc”?

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Questions on reading the prologue of Aesopus Latinus via LLPSI

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John Owen's poem: Umquam or numquam?

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Why is the inflection of supellex so weird?

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Auto-antonyms in Latin

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How to have my hair cut?

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Questions from LLpsI: Relative pronoun in independent sentence

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What does "vel potius" mean in this sentence from LLpsI?

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Sentences hard to understand (LLpsI)

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What does "ensem sufferre" mean?

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"Vilicae quae sunt officia"

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Modalities for fictitious past: could have, should have, and would have

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Domino notus erat: Agent ablative without a preposition?

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"To sound (like)" in Latin

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"Quam" as relative pronoun or conjunction?

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How is the number for a year read?

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Question for DE SERMONE COTIDIANO

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Is there any verb omitted in this sentence? (LLPSI)

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Does "virtus" apply to women?

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How to translate "It is easy to remember"?

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Is the declension of "-ides" on Wiktionary wrong?

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Latin translation of "model"

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Question for a sentence in Adelphoe

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What is the best translation for "livestreaming"?

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Translation for "adventure"

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Rēapse or reāpse?

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What does "sē" here stand for?

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Why is the subject in the infinitive clause in accusative case?

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What does "Graecōs Argōs" in this sentence mean? (LLpsI)

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When to use present form for a past thing?