The audio is of horrible quality. Further, he pronounces Philadelphia as /f...fia/ instead of as aspirated p-s (/pʰ/).
Yeah... that's what ya get for picking a beta language.
I sure hope they'll have redone the audio by the time they release gamma...
What is difference between 'you' and 'I?'
I live in Philadelphia: Philadelphiae habito.
I might not remember correctly, but I think on my Latin lessons in high school (centuries ago and not in an English speaking country) they taught us that "ae" should be pronounced as "e". Can someone knowledgeable tell me more about it?
Shouldn't it be Philadelphi-eye in reconstructed classical pronunciation? Thanks in advance.
where is the "you"?
in "habitatis", that's the you conjugation
It is unclear that the place philadelphia was meant
There were several ancient cities called Philadelphia that the American city is named after.