Two quick questions, im hoping you guys can help me out with this....
1.) does this mean "she flies with her own wings" : alis volat proprus ?
2.) and if not, what means that in latin?
thank you guys very much..
2.) Pennis huius nat
Literally it's she flies with wings of her. but the way you wrote it sounds better.
Yay for dead languages!!!!!!!!! I've only been taking it for 4 months but one of the vocab words from the last chapter was volo. I don't know much about it so correct me if i'm wrong but if it means "she flies with her own wings" shouldn't aliis agree with proprus in case, number, and gender. And, if it's WITH wings shouldn't proprus be ablative? If that's not the right translation I don't know what is, sorry.
I'm still a little shaky on all the uses of the ablative which sucks because I have a quiz on uses of the ablative on tuesday.
"gay: cheerful and lighthearted; merry." - The American Heritage Dictionary.
Any German speakers? (While we're on the topic of languages.) Ich bin noch besser als vor!
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