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Understanding the idea of "also" (I am ready if you are)

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Usage of quasi in "quasi turbam operum" (Columella 11.25)

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Explanation for legi and dilexi having different perfect stems?

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Use of the passive in Caesar "agros populabantur" to indicate state of action

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The word bibliopolium means a bookstore?

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Does vagor mean to bleat?

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Difference between Postremo and Postea?

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Relationship between subeo and subeor? or polliceo and polliceor?

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If Latin had no punctuation, should adverbs and other things at the beginning be considered "conjunctions"?

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Fleo is a transitive verb?

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Adverb used as an adjective? avare

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Interpretation of a causal clause in the subjunctive, A&G 5.40

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Use of the perfect to indicate "whenever I do someting"

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Multiple singular nominatives as a collective subject

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Use of the subjunctive in answering questions

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Why does quaeso have no perfect?

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Are usquam, alicubi and uspiam synonyms?

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Under what circumstances is the interrogative subjunctive used?

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idiom: Pro convento nostro proximo

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Difference between cano and canto? [duplicate]

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How does "vadis" mean "you go"?

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Meanings of 'furo'

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Quam as a temporal conjunction vs adverb of extent

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How to interpret "tertio" in the context of dates?

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et indicating two separate adjectives or one adjective qualifying another

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Frequent changes of tense in Caesar

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Deceptum is the ablative singular?

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Usage of "prorsus ut" (idiom?)

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the Mundus homonym, identical? [duplicate]

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What is the difference between uti and quare?