"Puella crustulum velit."

Translation:The girl would like a cookie.

September 7, 2019



All the options (velim, velis, velit) are possible. “I, a girl, would like a pastry”; "You, a girl, would like a pastry"; "She, a girl, would like a pastry” ( = "The girl would like a pastry”).

September 7, 2019


Again, classical Latin does not use the subjunctive in this way. Vult should be the correct verb here. Independent uses of the subjunctive do not show politeness.

September 8, 2019
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