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"The drunk old men are happy."

Translation:Senes ebrii sunt laeti.

October 1, 2019



Could we replace the "to be" + adj. laetus, a, um structure with the verb gaudere? I'll try it next time, and see!


They have almost the same meaning; Gaudere is to rejoice. So also, to be joyful.

Do you want to use gavisus?

(Gavisus seems stronger than laetus)


Gavisus sum (I was glad, I rejoiced), gavisus es (you rejoiced), gavisus est (he rejoiced) is the past tense (perfect, or preterite) of gaudeo, gaudes, gaudet.

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