"My drunk parrot is not the worst, Marcus!"
Translation:Psittacus ebrius meus non est pessimus, Marce!
Last round I tipe: Psittacus ebrius meus est non pessimus, Marce!
I doesn't know why they didn't approved my answer, I only replaced EST and NON. Is this so big deal?
Screws me up everytime! Especially this sentence; usually the word endings are similar in Latin, like everything ends with 'um' or 'us' in any particular sentence. This sentense has three, 3 words that end with 'us', so of course it wont be 'Marce' this time, right? WRONG! grumble growl grumble :[
Marce, is the "vocative" case, of nominative Marcus Not all cases have been studied. The vocative... ends in "e" for the second declination Marcus, nominative Marci, genitive Marco, dative Marcum, accusative Marce, vocative Marco, ablative
You have similar vocative in slavian language: For instance.... Ivan, nominative Ivana, genitive ..... Ivane, vocative