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"The weasels and the mice run in the house."

Translation:Mustelae et mures in villa currunt.

November 13, 2019



"run in the house" can mean "run around inside the house" or "run into the house," so "in villam currunt" is not a typo and should be accepted along with "in villa currunt." Already reported


Also: Mustelae muresque in villa currunt.


oh cool, so muresque means with mice or and mice?


-que is just another way of saying "and."

It attaches at the end of the 'second member' of the group: pueri et puellae, OR pueri puellaeque.

(It can 'attach' other parts of speech as well, not just nouns.)

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