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"Vinum velitis."

Translation:You would like wine.

November 16, 2019



Panem et vinum velimus!


I understand what this is saying, but velitis means, more directly, “you want”. I understand that “you would like” is the same thing as “want”, but I was looking for a WORD that would signal wanting, not a combination of two words that would do so, so I clicked “you love wine” just because I wasn’t think that “would” and “like”, when they were sitting there separately in the word bank, would combine to make “would like”.


Vínum velítis.

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