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Old September 30, 2009, 10:54 AM
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If you think that Latin is unsuitable for modern, everyday use, I suggest that you read the book entitled X-TREME LATIN by HENRICUS BARBATUS (Henry Beard) All the Latin you need to survive in the the XXI century.
ISBN 0-7553-1296-1
www.madaboutbooka.com
Here is a quote from the chapter: Romuli Remique Iocularum
Romulus-
Quem ob rem pullus sacer viam Appiam transivit?
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Remus- Nescio,Eum evisceremus ut, extane ostensura sint illius infausti facti causam, comperiamus!
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Old September 30, 2009, 11:44 AM
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hmm I don't know if my older brother will be interested...he's in Honors Latin 3...harder...
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Supposedly the Latin language is very hard although there people who learn first the Latin and later Spanish or inclusive English, as I said before, I would like to learn the language for me, because just I love to music of Enigma between others.

Then I don't know by where I should start with it.

Any idea?

I knew that the Latin supposedly was more easy before to I know that the origin of the majory of the languages existing today were got of the Latin.
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Latin would be useful for science terms...
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Te audire non possum. Musa sapientum in aure fixa est.
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Old September 30, 2009, 06:12 PM
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I'll have to ask my brother what that means
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Te audire non possum. Musa sapientum in aure fixa est.
I'm sorry for my ignorance, but I didn't understand you.


Please May you tell me. What it means?
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No puedo oirte. Tengo un plátano en el oído.
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That's better.
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No puedo oirte. Tengo un plátano en el oído.
Thank you for your fast answer.
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