"Discipulus linguas discit."

Translation:The student learns languages.

August 30, 2019



So... discipulo for male student discipula for female? Discipulus is gender neutral? Or does it have to change due case? Help plz

August 30, 2019


Discipulus is a male student and discipula is female one. When the gender is ambiguous or unimportant the masculine discipulus is used, afaik Latin doesn't have a truly gender-neutral way of referring to people. Discipulo is the dative and ablative singular of discipulus

August 31, 2019


I have a doubt. Shouldn't it be linguńĀs here? lingua in the plural accusative?

September 11, 2019
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