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1. Greetings, native land!

1. Savē, Ō patria!

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2. Reputation and opinion fly.

2. Fāma et sententia volant.

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3. Grant pardon to the girl, please.

3. Dā veniam puellae, amābō tē.

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4. Your clemency saves many lives.

4. Clēmentia tua multās vitās servat.

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5. He carries off a lot of money.

5. Multam pecūniam dēportat.

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6. You often praise the fortune and the life of the ancient fatherland, but you reject it.

6. Et fortūnam et vītam antīquae patriae saepe laudās, sed recūsās.

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7. You order me to avoid the crowd.

7. Mē vitāre turbam iubēs.

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8. I give myself to philosophy.

8. Mē philosophiae dō.

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9. Philosophy is the art of life.

9. Philosophia est ars vitae.

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10. Preserve (pl.) a sound form of life.

10. Sānam fōrmam vītae cōservāte.

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11. Excessive anger creates insanity.

11. Immodica īra creat īnsāniam.

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12. What are you thinking about? — we ought to avoid anger.

12. Quid cōgitās? — dēbēmus īram vitāre.

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13. No avarice is without penalty.

13. Nūlla avāritia sine poenā est

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14. He loads me with cruel chains.

14. Mē saevīs catēnīs onerat.

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15. They do not fear the wheel of fortune.

15. Rotam fortūnae nōn timent.

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16. Puellae vītam poētae servant.

16. The girls save the poets life.

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17. Sine philosophiā saepe errāmus et poenās damus.

17. Without philosophy we often go astray and pay the penalty.

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18a. Sī patria tua valet, nihil nautās terret,

18a. If your land is strong, nothing terrifies the sailors

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18b. et magnam fortūnam tuam dēbēs laudāre.

18b. and you (sg.) ought to praise your great fortune.

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19. Saepe vidētis poenam īrae meae, et mē monēs.

19. You (pl.) often see the penalty of my anger and warn me.

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20. porta antīqua magna est.

20. The ancient gate is large.

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a. My girlfriend does not love me.

a. Puella mea mē nōn amat.

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b. farewell, girl!

b. Valē, puella!

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c. Catullus is firm:

c. Catullus obdūrat:

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d. the poet does not love the girl ...

d. poēta puellam nōn amat ...

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e. he does not call the girl ...

e. puellam nōn vocat ...

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f. he does not praise the beauty of the girl ...

f. fōrmam puellae nōn laudat ...

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g. he does not give roses to the girl ...

g. puellae rosās nōn dat ...

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h. and he does not kiss the girl!

h. et puellam nōn bāsiat.

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i. My anger is large!

i. Īra mea est magna!

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j. I am firm, girl

j. Obdūrō, mea puella ...

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k. — but without you I am not well.

k. — sed sine tē nōn valeō

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l. How are you (sg.) today?

l. Quid hodiē agis?

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m. Great!

m. Optimē!

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n. Terrible!

n. Pessimē!

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o. Good! (lit. “well!”)

o. Bene!

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p. So-so.

p. Satis bene.

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q. Not well.

q. Nōn bene.

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r. And you?

r. Et tū?

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