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quō modō

English

could find no way can i do

Last Update: 2021-02-03
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salvius rogāvit quō modō belimicus hunc servum invēnisset

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salviua asked those in finding a slave modō belimicus

Last Update: 2021-03-12
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quō vocat deus eundum.

English

meek shall inherit the earth

Last Update: 2023-11-21
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quō modo tibi servire possum

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the most beautiful are bigger than mars himself is, indeed,

Last Update: 2020-05-13
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pater nōn rogat quō marcus itūrus sit

English

go to

Last Update: 2021-01-11
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putavi meum patrem quō in locō pecuniam posuisset

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i thought my father had put the money in that place

Last Update: 2020-09-14
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quō medicus manum appōnit et quid sentit?

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Last Update: 2021-01-28
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christīna: dum legimus dē rēbus difficiliōribus quās erasmus in itinere est passus, cōgitō itinere āereō quod cum parentibus in americam merīdiānam (south america) fēcī. dēbēbāmus diū exspectāre ut sēcūritātis probātiō (security check) fieret. marīa: at putō temporibus erasmī sēcūritātis probātiōnēs nōn fuisse. itinera igitur nōn erant tam similia. christīna: audiās tamen hoc. nōs pervēnimus sed sarcinae nostrae nōbīscum nōn pervēnērunt. in sarcinā meā habēbam vestīmenta pulchra quae gerere cupiēbam, sed sarcinam nōn accēpī. per duōs diēs exspectāvimus nec vestīmenta mūtāre poterāmus. marīa: erasmus librōs suōs cūrābat, tū autem tantum vestīmenta. christīna: sciō tē, marīa, dē vestīmentīs nōn cōgitāre. ego et dē vestīmentīs et dē librīs cōgitō  . . . quid dē atticō herī (yesterday) lēgimus? helena: atticus viam mediam (middle) vidētur semper secūtus esse. potuitne hōc modō efficere (bring it about) ut rēs essent meliōrēs? cicero contrā hominēs scelestōs pugnāre cōnātus est. christīna: ita. cicero autem saepe errāvit et tandem occīsus est. atticus eum cōnārī rem pūblicam iuvāre (help) sciēbat sed crēdēbat sē aliō modō rōmānōs iuvāre (help) posse. nam atticus ūsque (all the way) ad senectūtem vīxit multīsque hominibus auxilium dare potuit.

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Last Update: 2021-05-14
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