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fortUnam et vItam antIquae patriae saepe laudAs sed recUsAs
you often praise but reject fortune and life of ancient countries.
without philosophy we often go astray and pay the penalty.
sine philosophia saepe erremus et poenas dAmus.
if your land is strong, nothing terrifies the sailors and you ought to praise your great fortune.
sI patria tua vAlet, nihil nautAs terret y tuam fortUnam magnam debes laudAre.
Puella mea mE nOn amat!. ValE, puella! Catullus obdUrat: poeta puellam nOn amat, fOrmam puellae nOn laudat, puellae rosAs nOn dat, et puellam nOn bAsiat! Ira mea est magna! ObdUrO, mea puella-sed sine tE nOn valeO.
My girl doesn't love me! be well, girl! Catallus is tough: The poet does not love her, he does not praise her beauty, he does not give her roses, and he does not kiss her! My wrath is large! I am strong, my girl-but without you I am not well.
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