"My sons do not sleep but study."
Translation:Filii mei non dormiunt sed student.
August 2, 2020
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Why are you doing this to your sons??? THEY ALSO NEED TO SLEEP YOUR PSYCHO!! Just kidding guys, this sentence brought fun to my day.
How do i know when to use mei/meae and tui/tuae???? Or have i gotten this all wrong?
mei = my (masculine) meae = my (feminine) tui = your (masculine) tuae = your (feminine)
For example, I would say "filii mei" or "filii tui" but not "filii meae" because here we are talking about sons and not daughters.
I hope this helps you! :)
Student and studet are not equivalent.
Student is the plural form of studet and must be used here as the subject is plural.