I was sure they'd be going for "saucer and cup" here. (Patella can mean "saucer", "dish", "plate", and any number of other similar things.)
she could just have a plate for food and a plastic cup for water. it's not definitely a saucer even with the context of a cup
I put livia has a plate and a cup but it said it was wrong
I put "Livia has a plate and cup", but it said it was wrong. Why?
Okay, I put in the same thing again and it said it was right??
So did I and can't understand it as both are acc. case and latin word order shouldn't matter as long as the sense is correct. So "I have a plate and a cup" could as easily be translated the one way as the other. Or am I missing something here?
Only one of each... but 4 beds?
Word bank is missing “and”
Lucky old Livia!
Patellam....it not a plural?