the darkest course on duolingo
Its Another stabbing Watson, Corinna again, her own reletive this time.
This is what i wanted to learn
For owning a parrot.
She has become the parrot
Er.. what is the difference btwn illa & ea?
You can still type: "Ea familiarem interficit."
Ea just equals she, whereas illa is more "that (female) person".
It's called parricidium.
I'm guessing that was Clytemnestra lol:) Also, I learned that 'relative' was 'cognatus', I guess they're just using a different word that means the same thing here?
Duo says I am wrong if I put the accusative in the first position, i.e. "Familarem illa interficit." Maybe it thinks I am saying "It's a relative she's killing." Does anyone have a theory on why it rejects this way to say it?
Now the sentences about saving Marcus and mother at night start to make sense.