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  5. "The bard goes to the altar."

"The bard goes to the altar."

Translation:Vates ad aram it.

February 5, 2020



I put "Vatem aram venit" :( Is that wrong? And if so why?


Vatem is wrong because it's the subject and you need a nominative here, vates.

Aram needs a preposition because otherwise it would be a direct object, which cannot be used with a verb like "to go".

Venit is "comes" and not "goes".

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