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"Marcus plurimas fabulas narrat."

Translation:Marcus tells very many stories.

November 18, 2019



Duo is really driving home the idea of "very many." Is it used that often in Latin, or is "a lot" or "many" more common?


They hurt my head with this word. I think we all understood the difference between the lowest "many/multi" and the highest "very many/plurimi". A few sentences with it would suffice. It takes the place of other interesting grammar structures or vocabulary, and it's so repetitive, hurted brain.


Would a translation into French for "Multi" be "Beaucoup" and for "Plurimi" be "Plusieurs". Would you say that is accurate?


I think we all know a Marcus.


This one certenly goes with "you want to tell an ancient story" vary well,

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