2019-10-09 What would the form of "German" be if we wanted to say "the German teacher"? Which two cases are they?
Timor mortis conturbat me.
It should be the nomiative case "Magister germanicus"
Is it technically "The teacher speaks in German"? There was another one where "germanice" was an adverb that meant "in German".
Yes. "German-ly" in effect.
When this is the case you know the empire is about to fall
Those damn barbarians