Translation:The worried old man tastes that peacock.
The hints show illum as "that man". What does illum mean in this sentence ?
It is a demonstrative pronoun, used when referring to something far removed in space, sometimes also in time.
'The worried old man tastes that peacock over there.'
Why is there a continuing "s" sound between "sollicitus" and "illum"? The recording sounds like "sillum." Is it the same as the French liaison sound (consonant before a vowel) or just a pronunciation mistake? Thank you in advance.