Does anybody know what these Latin words means?
The duolingo dictionary dose not say the meaning for this word is it only my duolingo who is acting funny?
The words are : domi, ego, and sed https://www.duolingo.com/dictionary/Latin/domi/ace86f51fb2c1e22cc881b6aa33d0cb0 https://www.duolingo.com/dictionary/Latin/ego/867755079efdf5bb6ee75cc4dedceded https://www.duolingo.com/dictionary/Latin/sed/b27ae21180aad67d690455be91ea4905
it says all the definitions for the words surrounding it. does not it have a definition, or it does, and my duolingo is broken?
thank you s.Marinette
On Duolingo, you probably wouldn't see that phrase. Although Latin can leave out the verb, it's a little complex to understand when it can be done and when it can't, and for simplicity Duolingo always include the verb in the current course here.
Therefore, I would have said "Sed domi ego sum" or just "Sed domi sum" for "But I am at home." Including the "ego" stresses that it's I and not anyone else that's at home. I think the "sed" would normally go at the beginning of the phrase as in English, not the end.