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Duces ad Caesarem gratulatum venerunt.
The leaders came to congratulate Caesar.
Pacem petitum legatos Romam mittunt.
They send ambassadors to Rome to ask for peace.
Ad Curiam orationes auditum eo.
I go to the senate to hear speeches
Nam puto eum ad urbem ire puellam visitum.
For I think he goes to the city to visit a girl.
Agricola milites laudatum hortatumque pervenit.
Agricola arrived to praise and encourage the soldiers.
Amici ad agrum meum veniunt me vexatum.
My friends come to my field to annoy me.
Poeta ad urbem versus novos recitatum regreditur
The poet returns to the city to recite new verses.
Antiqui universum intellectum id studuerunt.
The ancient people studied the universe to understand it.
Natura gravitate contentum universum utitur.
Nature uses gravity to keep the universe together.
Mater pompam me spectatum duxit.
Mother took me to watch the procession.
Iste puer Marcus foedus et visu et olfactu est.
That boy Marcus is hard to look at and smell.
Hoc nefas dictu est.
This is unholy to say.
Haec littera opus scriptu est.
This letter is hard to write.
Res erat non modo visu foeda sed etiam auditu.
It was a thing not only shocking to see, but also to hear.
Quaerunt quid optimum factu sit.
They ask what is best to do.
Si hoc fas est dictu . . .
If this is lawful to say . . .
Videtis nefas esse dictu senectutem fuisse miseram.
You see that it is a sin to say that old age was wretched.
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