"I climb into the forest."
Translation:In silvam ascendo.
What exactly does this mean in English?
To me (a native speaker) to climb into a forest doesn't make much sense. A forest is quite literally on the ground, you don't have to climb anything to be in it.
Or is this simply a nonsensical sentence to teach us the word << ascendere >, in which case I guess it doesn't matter. I want to check I'm not missing some meaning though.