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1. Duty was always calling (on) free men.

1. Officium līberōs virōs semper vocābat.

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2. Will we have many men and women with (of) great minds?

2. Habēbimusne multōs virōs et fēminās magnōrum animōrum?

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3. The dangers of wall are not small, but your country will call (on) you and the farmers will help.

3. Perīcula bellī nōn sunt parva, sed patria tua tē vocābit et agricolae adiuvābunt.

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4. Because of the faults of evil (men) our country will not fare well.

4. Propter culpās malōrum patria nostra nōn valēbit.

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5. Delay used to overcome our spirits and we had no cure.

5. Mora animōs nostrōs superābat et remedium nōn habēbāmus.

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6. Many (men) were staying in the fields yesterday and were helping the Romans.

6. Multī in agrīs heri manēbant et Romānōs iuvābant.

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7. Few men were thinking about the care of the soul.

7. Paucī virī dē cūrā animī cōgitābant.

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8. On account of anger you [pl.] are at (in) fault and tomorrow you [pl.] will pay the penalty (penalties).

8. Propter īram in culpā estis et crās poenās dabitis.

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9. You do not have true leisure, stupid man!

9. Vērum ōtium nōn habēs, vir stulte!

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10a. Nothing is without fault;

10a. Nihil est sine culpā;

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10b. We are good (men), if we have a few (faults).

10b. sumus bonī, sī paucās habēmus.

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11. The poet was giving (to) his girlfriend many roses, beautiful gifts, and kisses.

11. Poēta amīcae multās rosās, dōna pulchra, et bāsia dabat.

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12. Bellumne et exitium in patriā semper manēbunt?

12. Will war and destruction always remain in our land?

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13. Pecūniane avārum satiat?

13. Does money satisfy the greedy man?

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14. Servābis igitur fāmam puerōrum nostrōrum stultōrum.

14. Therefore, you (sg.) will save the reputation of our foolish boys.

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15. Pecūnia et glōria animum bonī virī superābant.

15. Money and glory were conquering the soul of a good man.

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16. Tomorrow you will not endure the dislike of the Roman people.

16. Invidiam populī Romānī crās nōn sustinēbis.

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17. Therefore was danger continuing yesterday?

17. Perīculumne igitur heri remanēbat?

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18. A narrow mind loves money.

18. Angustus animus pecūniam amat.

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19. Conquer (your) pride and your [sg.] anger.

19. Superā animōs et īram tuam.

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20. The fault is mine, o friends.

20. Culpa est mea, Ō amīcī.

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21. Grant pardon to (our, your, the) son and our daughters.

21. Dā veniam fīliō et fīliābus nostrīs.

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22. Because of (your) youth, my sons, you would not (did not see) see the evils of life.

22. Propter adulēscentiam, fīliī meī, mala vītae nōn vidēbātis.

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23. Please, take care of my daughter.

23. Amābō tē, cūrā fīliam meam.

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24. Human life is punishment.

24. Vita hūmāna est supplicium.

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25. Are you healthy enough?

25. Satisne sānus es?

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26a. If ever I (will) have enough (of) money,

26a. Sī quandō satis pecūniae habēbō

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26b. then I will give myself to wisdom and to philosophy.

26b. tum mē cōnsiliō et philosophiae dabō.

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27. Your glory and (your) reputation will remain always.

27. Semper glōria et fāma tua manēbunt.

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28. A good and skillful man will censure the rough words of poets.

28. Vir bonus et perītus aspera verba poētārum culpābit.

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40. A Persian says, “Our army is large...

40. “Exercitus noster est magnus,” Persicus inquit,

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41. “and because of the number of our arrows you (pl.) will not see the sky!”

41. “et propter numerum sagittārum nostrārum caelum nōn vidēbitis!”

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42. Then a Spartan replies:

42. Tum Lacedaemonius respondet:

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43. “Therefore we will fight in the shade!”

43. “In umbrā, igitur, pugnābimus!”

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44. And Leonidas, the king of the Spartans, shouts ...

44. Et Leōnidās, rēx Lacedaemoniōrum, exclāmat:

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45. “Fight with (high) spirits, Spartans;

45. Pugnāte cum animīs, Lacedaemoniī;

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46. today perhaps we will dine among the dead.”

46. hodiē apud īnferōs fortasse cēnābimus!”

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