Typical romans, leaving bones everywhere
Is it this a crime scene or a catacomb?
Does it have to be "very many?" It means basically the same thing to say just "many."
Why would we use the adverb very when many is sufficent?
Because Many in Latin is Multi (Very many is extremely awkward English tho)
Could be "INTO the floor"? A lot of work for an archeologist.
I thought the same, but from an Edgar Allen Poe angle
Thank you for my new nightmare, Duo...
Are the bones of a fish also called ossa?
This is very important in the context if this course!
Must be fish bones.
What a disgusting thought! Either the people eating are pigs, or some horror is happening - like homicide.
Why would, "Viacimus piscem ad tibi" not be accepted?
And I thought echo lad was hard to understand when the lesson vocab was ten or fifteen words maximum D:
I think they must've just left the fish on the floor
Duolingo, are you going well?