Elementary Latin sentences, translated

Sentences p. 52, 1-2, p. 53, 4

1) Frater meus vitam in otio semper aget. (Terence, Roman writer of comedies)

My brother will always lead his life in leisure.

2) Age, age! Iuva me! Duc me ad secundum filium meum. (Terence)

Come on, come on! Help me! Lead/take me to my second son.

3) O amici, libertatem perdimus.(Laberius)

O friends, we destroy freedom.

a scene from an ancient Roman comedy


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