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Eats them fresh! raw! wrigggliee!!
No they don't usually cook mice because they usually cook rats!
Who knew that weasels were pioneers of the Raw Food Movement?
Instead of "mures" can "plerumque" be substituted for "usually"?
It's an adverb, so you can use that with a conjugated verb, as follows:
"Mūstēlae plērumquē mūrēs coquunt."
Of course it doesn't replace "mūrēs" cus that's what's being cooked lol.
"Cook mice" vs. "Cook the mice"? Each is correct, and should have been graded as such.
Is tend(s) to an acceptable translation of soleō?