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proviso Clause

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nil recitas et vis, Mamerce, poeta videri. Quidquid vis esto, dummodo nil recites! You recite nothing, Mamercus, and (yet) you wish to seem a poet. Be whatever you wish, so long as you recite nothing!
recitas second-person singular present active indicative of recitō1
vis second-person singular present active indicative of volo velle volui
poeta nominative m poeta poetae
videri present passive infinitive video, videre, vidi, visus. Complementary infinitive
esto present active sng 2nd person imperative sum, esse, fui futus,
recites second person singular present active subjunctive. Proviso clause
Created by: tomachuck