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1. Fīlium nautae Rōmānī in agrīs vidēmus.

1. We see the son of the Roman sailor in the fields.

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2. Puerī puellās hodiē vocant.

2. The boys are calling (to) the girls today.

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3. Sapientiam amīcārum tuārum, Ō fīliā mea, semper laudat.

3. He/she/it always praises the wisdom of your (female) friends, o my daughter.

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4. Multī virī et fēminae philosophiam antīquam cōnservant.

4. Many men and women preserve ancient philosophy.

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5. Sī īra valet, Ō mī fīlī, saepe errāmus et poenās damus.

5. If anger prevails (= is strong), o my friends, we often err and pay the penalty (lit. “penalties”).

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6. Fortūna virōs magnōs amat.

6. Fortune loves great men.

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7. Agricola fīliābus pecūniam dat.

7. The farmer gives money to (his) daughters.

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8. Without a few friends life is not strong.

8. Sine amīcīs paucīs vīta nōn valet.

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9. Today you (sg.) have much fame in your country.

9. Hodiē habēs fāmam multam in tuā patriā.

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10. We see great fortune in your daughter’s lives, my friend.

10. Magnam fortūnam vidēmus in vītīs tuārum filiārum, mī amīce.

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11. He always gives my daughters and sons roses.

11. Semper rosas dat filiīs meīs et fīliābus.

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12. Dēbētis, amīcī, dē populō Romānō cōgitāre.

12. You ought, my friends, to think about the Roman people.

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13. Maecēnās, amīcus Augustī, mē in numerō amīcōrum habet.

13. Maecenas, the friend of Augustus, regards me as one (lit “in the number of”) his friends.

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14. Libellus meus et sententiae meae vītās virōrum monent.

14. My little book and my opinions admonish the lives of men.

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15. Paucī virī sapientiae student.

15. Few men are eager for wisdom.

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16. Fortūna adversa virum magnae sapientiae nōn terret.

16. Adverse fortune does not frighten a man of great wisdom.

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17. Cimōn, vir magnae fāmae, magnam benevolentiam habet.

17. Cimon, a man of great fame, has great benevolence.

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18. Semper avārus eget.

18. An avaricious (man) is always in need.

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19. Nūlla cōpia pecūniae avārum virum satiat.

19. No abundance of money satisfies an avaricious man.

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20. Pecūnia avārum irrītat, nōn satiat.

20. Money exasperates the rich man, it does not satisfy him.

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21. Sēcrētē amīcōs admonē; laudā palam.

21. Admonish (your) friends in secret; praise them openly.

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22. Modum tenēre dēbēmus.

22. We ought to maintain moderation.

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23. Agricola et vītam et fortūnam nautae saepe laudat;

23. The farmer often praises the life and fortune of the sailor;

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24. nauta magnam fortūnam et vītam poētae saepe laudat;

24. the sailor often praises the great fortune and the life of the poet;

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25. et poēta vītam et agrōs agicolae laudat.

25. and the poet praises the life and the fields of the farmer.

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26. Sine philosophiā avārī virī dē pecūniā semper cogitant:

26. Without philosophy avaricious men always think about money:

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27. multam pecūniam habent, sed nihil virum avārum satiat.

27. they have a lot of money, but nothing satisfies the avaricious man.

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28. Salvēte, amīcae et amīcī! Quid hodiē agitis?

28. Hello, friends (male and female)!

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29. semper parātus

29. Always prepared.

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30. semper fidēlis

30. Always faithful.

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31. Valēte et habēte fortūnam bonam!

31. Farewell, and good luck!

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