Thursday, May 12, 2016

Learning Latin with Pope Francis - May 12, 2016

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May 12, 2016 






Literal translation of the Latin: Dear men consecrated and dear women consecrated: wake up the world! Show to it another way of thinking acting, and living!

Here's how the Latin works:


Latin
English
Parsing
Grammar Points
Cari
Dear
nom. pl.  masc. adj.
carus, cara, carum
viri
Men
nom. pl. noun
vir, viri
consecrati
consecrated
nom. pl. masc. past participle
consecro, consecrare, consecravi, consecratus
carae
dear
nom. pl.  fem. adj.
carus, cara, carum
-que
and
conj.
mulieres
women
nom. pl. fem. noun
mulier, mulieris
consecratae
consecrated
consecro, consecrare, consecravi, consecratus
expergefacite
wake up!
pl. imp.
expergēfaciō, expergēfacere, expergēfēcī, expergēfactus
mundum
the world
acc. sing. noun
mundus, mundi
Ostendite
Show!
pl. imp.
ostendō, ostendere, ostendī, ostentus
ei
to it
dat. sing.
is, ea, id
alium
another
acc. sing. adj.
alius, alia, alium
modum
way
acc. sing. neut. noun
modum, modi
cogitandi
of thinking
gen. sing. gerund
cogito, cogitare, cogitavi, cogitatus
agendi
of acting
gen. sing. gerund
ago, agere, egi, actus
et
and
conj.
vivendi
of living
gen. sing. gerund
vivo, vivere, vixi

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