If forte is 'by chance' what is 'strongly'. Former piano student wants to know.
It's not the same "forte". Your "forte", in music, is from Italian, as many music words.
"Piano" is also an Italian word.
Italian "forte", French "fort" (forteresse in French is a "strong" place), Spanish "fuerte" = strong.
I know the musical terms are italian, but the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. What's the latin for strongly?
Fortiter. Fortis is the adjective.
Isn't "perchance" also correct - although a little "King Arthur"-style?
I am starting to wonder about responsible pet ownership in the roman era.....:)
One has to wonder whence the parrots obtain their liquor...
Oh gosh.... These parrots are deceitful, drunk, angry, and now, they are taking out their violent anger on innocent villas....
And hurl Spears
they really like parrots drunk parrots by the looks of this course!
They're protesting against green owl supremacy
"Forte delet psittacus ebrius villam" should also be accepted
Just report alternative word orders that aren't accepted yet.
Hmm, where does Italian "forse" come from, "fortasse" or "forte"?
Perhaps psittacus ebrius villam delet. Not accepted. Why?
Perhaps because you mixed English with Latin. Perhaps = Fortasse.
"psittacus ebrius forte villam delet" acceptandum est (cfr. Phaedrus: "personam tragicam forte vulpes viderat")
These are incredibly fierce Parotts!