This was very hard to understand.
The first T in "Tacite" was missing in the sound, making the sentence very difficult to understand.
Placete today walrus?
Why is there no slow button on the LAtin exercises like there is for other languages? (why are we even doing listening exercises for Latin?!)
The languages that have a slow down feature, that I have used, use text-to-speech instead of a contributor recording them saying the sentence (like this course).
For the those that care, this could also mean: Be quiet! We want to read.
Tacite is also the plural imperative form of taceo.
No, the plural imperative of "taceo" is "tacete"!
This clarity of this statement is very poor.
Excessive on phone typing in these lessons. The fun evaporates quickly
Allegedly, Julius Caesar was one of the first people to read a text without saying the words aloud. With this in mind, the sentence means: "We want to read like Julius Caesar!" ;-)
Is this Finnish or Latin??
We wish ?? Not English ?
"We wish" would be "cupimus" in Latin.
How does one read loudly?
I assume it means that they want to read without noise (people should not disturb).
Could this mean "we quietly want to read?" Something like "secretly want to to read"? If not, how would I say it?