This is how I
study for the National Latin Exam.
Feel free to point out any grammar errors or poor word choices.Literal translation (including word order)
1: Hello, computer. I desire one free internet, if it pleases you. (Latin has no true "please". "Si placat te" is the closest expression used.)
2: Maaayybeee if these wires I twiddle...
>>You're an idiot.
>>What, no, why?
3: To demonstrate, a picture of your epic failure with my iPhone I will take.
For those of you who are as nerdy as me, I have officially decided that the Latin for "iPhone" is fifth declension masculine. It just so happens that the ablative form ends in "e".
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