That's right. All by myself!
What is the difference between "condis" and "condit"? I keep getting them confused...
It is a difference with the subject of the sentence.
condis for the singular you -> "You (one person) build, establish, etc."
condit for the third person singular (he, she, it) -> "He/she/it builds, establishes, etc."
Thank you! I knew it was easy, but I just couldn't figure it out, and couldn't find it online, either.
Why is "tu" necessary here? Doesn't "condis" cover the fact that you are building cities already?
Yes, condis already implies tu. As long as everything else in your sentence is correct it should have been accepted.
I suppose report it should it happen again.
Perhaps in the dead USSR some architects might say such a sentence ?
How do I can recognize the ablative form of urbes? In this case, is plural?
urbs in the ablative singular is urbe and in the ablative plural is urbibus. urbes here is accusative plural.
Can "You found many cities" also be a good translation?
When i started watching movies about Latin then i realized how terrible the lector is here.