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Habemus Christmas bonus skills!!

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I checked this morning and I didn't see it, and then I checked again.

2 years ago

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Habemus: We have?

2 years ago

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Yes! When the Pope was selected it was the only Latin I understood them saying, Habemus Papum!

2 years ago

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papam ;)

And the whole phrase is of course "Annuntio vobis gaudium magnum - Habemus Papam."

2 years ago

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Do you speak Latin?

2 years ago

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Speak? No. Can read it? Yes.

2 years ago

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How do you say 'I have a bread' and 'I speak Latin'

2 years ago

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"Panem habeo." and "Linguam latinam loquor." ;)

(the first sentence obviously means "I have bread" as Latin does not have articles. If you want to say "I have one bread", then that would be "Unum panem habeo.")

2 years ago