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World Languages, 09.01.2017 21:49 jiminpark12

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pueros et puellas docere amamus. discipuli magistram amant. docere discipulos est gratum (pleasing). amamus docere discipulos de historia romana litteris ("by means of literature", abl. of means). in ludo multi (many) discipuli sunt. discipuli linguam latinam* discere* maturant.
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we love to teach the boys and girls. the students love their teacher. it is gratifying to teach students. we love to teach students about the history of the roman letters. there are many students in the school. the students are hurrying to learn latin.

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