knittingfrenzy18 wrote:I still don't get what you're saying.
To what causes are men speaking english?
You stuck two verbs in there, and I can't seem to find two clauses. and what is causae for?
lol at the last sentence. I'm only in Latin 1. Finishing it out. I guess you don't need to hear I'm in 6th grade.
I'm in Latin 1 too, but my teacher is great at teaching.
First Sentence: For what cause are people not speaking English?
Cui is a Dative Adjective, Causae is a Dative of Reference, Sunt is a verb, Homines is a subject, Non is an adverb, dic*unt is a 3rd plural present indicative active. The sentence can be reorganized to be: People are not speaking English for what cause?
Second Sentence: I envy your skill.
Ego is subject, invideo is a 1st singular present indicative active, tuo is and adjective, sollertia is a Direct Object.
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