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"Many opinions are undutiful."

Translation:Multae sententiae sunt impiae.

October 25, 2019



How do I know when to use "as" and when to use "ae"? Like multas vs multae?


To add to that, many verbs "take the accusative". That is, they have a doer of the action (nominative) and a receiver of the action (accusative).

"Sunt" is a form of "to be", which has a subject and a "predicate nominative". Both sides of the verb are in the nominative case.


Is there any reason why "Multae sentientae impiae sunt" would be incorrect?

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