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Sententiae 2-1

Latin 1 CH 2 Sententiae Book

Salve, O patria! Greetings, O (my) fatherland!
Fama et sententia volant Rumor and opinion move quickly.
Da veniam puellae, amabo te Give pardon to the girl (Pardon the girl), please.
Clementia tua multas vitas servat Your clemency saves (is saving) many lives.
Multam pecuniam deportat He carries (is carrying) off much (a lot of) money.
Fortunam et vitam antiquae patriae saepe laudas sed recusas You often praise the ancient fatherland's fortune and (way of) life, but you reject (them) or You often praise but reject the ancient fatherland's fortune and (way of) life.
Me vitare turbam iubes You order me to avoid the crowd.
Me philosophiae do I give (dedicate/devote) myself to philosophy.
Philosophia est ars vitae Philosophy is the art of life.
Sanam formam vitae conservate Maintain (preserve) a healthy (sound) form of life.
Immodica ira creat insaniam Immoderate (unrestrained) anger creates (produces) insanity.
Nulla avaritia sine poena est No greed (greedy act/form of greed) is without penalty (goes unpunished).
Me saevis catenis onerat He oppresses me with cruel chains.
Rotam fortunae non timent They do not fear the wheel of fortune.
The girls save the poet’s life Puellae vītam poētae (cōn)servant.
Without philosophy we often go astray and pay the penalty Sine philosophiā saepe errāmus et poenās damus.
If your land is strong, nothing terrifies the sailors and you ought to praise your great fortune.
We often see the penalty of anger Poenam īrae saepe vidēmus
The ancient gate is large Porta antīqua est magna.
Quid cogitas?—debemus iram vitare What are you thinking?—we ought to (must) avoid anger.
1/3 Puella mea me non amat. Vale, puella! Catullus obdurat: My girl does not love me. Farewell (Goodbye), girl! Catullus is tough:
2/3 Poeta puellam non amat, formam puellae non laudat, puellae rosas non dat, et puellam non basiat! The poet does not love the girl, he does not praise the girl's beauty, he does not give roses to the girl (give the girl roses), and he does not kiss the girl!
3/3 Ira mea est magna! Obduro, mea puella—sed sine te non valeo. My anger is great! I am tough, my girl—but without you I am not (doing very) well.
Created by: Barcenas08