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How do say something like "for a good time, call Aemilia" in Latin?

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Why did Cicero use The Royal "We"?

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Minimal pair for hidden quantity

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How do you say "good morning" in Latin?

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Confiteor unum baptisma: cur utitur forma plurali?

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mihi vs meus. When to use which?

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What would be the Latin word for an entry in a dictionary or an encyclopedia?

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Knowing the two quantities of 'est'

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Mirabile visu, horribile dictu ― is this the ablative?

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Translating 'supposedly' and the phrase 'supposed to'

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De passiva voce cum verbis quae casum dativum postulant

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What is the difference between the words petere and interrogare?

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What is the best way to say "OK" in Latin as an exclamation?

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Confused about the use of "quae" as an interrogative word

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How to say "everything will be good" in Latin?

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Why is Thesaurus Musicarum Latinarum in the feminine?

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Lingua Latina per se Illustrata, chapter 6, weird sentence with passive voice

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What is the largest online Latin speaking community?

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How do I save money in Latin?

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how would Caeser say "hodiē iānuae domuum sunt ātrae"?

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Checking translation of "ubi vitam amavisti, illuc reverteris"

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"Explaining oneself" in Classical Latin

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Translate "Asking for a friend" into Latin

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Mea [linguae?] culpa

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What is the Role of "iste" in These Quotes from Cicero?

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Are “magna” and “maxima” incorrectly translated in these examples? (Seneca Epistula I)

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How to say something is on discount

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A Dirty Little War

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"Look at the bright side" in Latin

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Translating a phrase from "The Mandalorian": I can bring you in warm, or I can bring you in cold