It's interesting because I didn't know for sure where the words Sorority and Fraternity came from, but now I have an idea :)
Same here, I am trying to boost my English vocab by learning some basic Latin
Just wondering if fratres is also the translation for siblings?
In Latin, it can also mean a friend (hey! Brother!) and a lover.
Can you also say 'Tui fratres dormiunt'?
Yes, any word order is right, here.
For simple sentences like that (no prepositions, no adverb, etc..)
A native Spanish or Italian speaker have a better accent.
Seems like "Your brothers are at sleep" works as an answer, too..
No, they could be asleep at home, but not at sleep. The correct answer is "Your brothers sleep." We would more commonly say "Your brothers are sleeping.", but I do not know enough Latin to know if that uses a different tense in Latiin.
I know these people speak perfect Latin but the accent hurts my ears and sounds unromantic ;-;
It feels like this is where Latin starts getting complicated! How exciting.
why isnt it "your brothers are at sleep"?
Hol' up, I put "Your Brothers are sleep," thats what they gave me, and they got mad about a typo. The word bank gave me sleep, not aspleep
"aspleep" is yet another typo. Careful! The answer is "Your brothers sleep." You have to use what they give you to make a correct answer. You did not need the word "are".