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contidion 4

Dicis te vere malle fortunam et mores antiquae plebis; sed si quis ad illa subito te agat illum modum vitae recuses. You say that you truly prefer the fortune and morals of the ancient plebeians; but if anyone should suddenly lead you to this you would refuse that way of life. (future less vivid)
Dicis second-person singular present active indicative of dīcō
malle present active infinitive of malo malle malui. indirect speech
fortunam accusative singular f. of fortūna fortunae
mores accusative m plural. mos moris direct object
antiquae nominative feminine singular of antīquus
plebis genitive singular of plēbs plebis
quis nom singular m quis quis quid
illa nt accusative pl. ille -a -ud
agat Subjunctive, 3rd, singular, present, active. ago, agere, egi, actus future less vivid
illum accusative masculine singular of ille -a -d
vitae genitive singular f of vīta vitae
recuses second-person singular present active subjunctive of recūsō1
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