Thirsty Romans be like
It's raining men.
Hallelujah, it's raining men!
"Wouldn't you like to know?" replies Livia.
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Livia Where are the men?
Livia, you didn't eat the men again did you?
"Where are the guys" should also count as correct
In Latin the letter V makes a voiced labio-velar approximant, not a voiced labiodental fricative; in other words V makes a W or U sound, and the V sound doesn't exist.
In classical pronunciation.
In Ecclesiastical pronunciation, however, it is pronounced like an English "v"
Where are some men should work here. You might not be looking for specific men... a/an in the plural is some...
If it was looking for "some" it would have that as a different word, the word "the" can always be supplied
Whats the difference bet vir and viri?
In this case, singular (vir) and plural (viri).
The sound makes it sound like " .. ubi sunt tviri?"