"Viae in urbe sunt sordidae."

Translation:The streets in the city are dirty.

September 1, 2019



Combined with our new word "stercus", this would be a good time to reinforce California in our vocabulary.

September 5, 2019


This is turning out to be a very sordid lesson.

September 7, 2019


"The roads in the city are dirty." was marked as wrong. 'Streets' was what they were looking for. Wouldn't 'streets' be 'plateae'?

September 1, 2019


Now they are accepting both. I don't know the Latin "plateae," but I do know that in English "roads" run between two distant points — two towns, for example. In each of those towns, you'll find "streets:" paved roads lined with houses and other buildings.

September 4, 2019


Is it just a coincidence that this sentence keeps coming up immediately after "I visit the street" and a sentence about stercus?

September 20, 2019
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