Tips for Learning & Translating Latin
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Interpreting Latin Legal Phrases: Affidavit and a Mensa et Thoro For the law student uninitiated in the Latin language, understanding these phrases comes down to rote memorization as it pertains to a legal context. Often, the translations of these Latin phrases learned in a legal course of study are incorrect from their literal translations.
Translating Latin Reflexive Pronouns Both English and Latin use reflexive pronouns to refer back to a previous noun. As an inflected language, Latin’s reflexive pronouns change form to indicate to which subject they reflect back. Learn how to translate Latin's reflexive pronouns into English.
Translating Latin: Comparative Adjectives Like English, Latin uses adjectives to make positive, comparative, and superlative comparisons. Positive comparisons simply attach a quality to a subject. Learn how to form and translate Latin positive adjectives of comparison.