What if you're not a clever priest?
Then YOU become the sacrifice
ingenious was marked as wrong for callidi
What's the meaning of this sentence? They can "sacrifice", sacrifice what or whom?
The drunk parrots.
True, in English the predicate of this sentence is incomplete.
Maybe they were arguing about whether or not, and who is allowed to sacrifice.
I have seen (too?) many movies about less than clever people doing sacrifices using Latin incantations pronounced all wrong, with quite guessable consequences, and I think the message is clear: allow only clever priests to sacrifice
Is intelligent a suitable substitute for clever?
My answer was exactly as given in the correction!!?????
Why did I lose a heart????
Don't worry, you're not heartless.
Drunk parrots and clever priests, what next?
Clever priests can make sacrifices was marked as incorrect - reported
Couldn't it also be "the wise" priests... ?