"Milites in Italia non pugnant."

Translation:The soldiers do not fight in Italy.

August 28, 2019



"The soldiers do not fight in Italy" potentially says something different from, "The soldiers in Italy do not fight." The first can mean, the described soldiers fight other places, but in Italy, they are peaceful. The second can mean that that Italian soldiers fail to fight.

So...how does one fix this sentence to make one point or the other?

September 5, 2019


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August 29, 2019


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August 29, 2019
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