Unit Key 2
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- The masters teach the sons of Philip in the fields.
- Do the gods of the Romans want gifts as well? (deine=dei+ne)
- Do you see the Gauls in the forum with the daughters of Brutus?
- O Pompey, where is the danger? Why are you running through the streets?
- Do you see the inscription on the tomb, O friends? It is the tomb of a poet (or the poet).
- The Carthaginians are now in Italy also, O Romans. Why are you always sitting in the Senate-house?
- We see the nose of Tongilianus, we do not deny [it]; but where is Tongilianus?
- I was sitting on the tomb of a dead man in the Appian Way and I was reading a story about the Romans in the works of Horace.
- Because he is not even in Italy we are giving gifts to the daughters of Philip.
- I often used to sit in the tavern and look at the moon because I did not have money.
- We were sailing around the islands of Greece but now we are making for (lit. seeking) Rome.
- Neither Brutus nor Cassius was in the forum. Perhaps they are walking with a friend.
- Anger is the beginning of madness.
- Money is the sinews (i.e. essential part) of war.
- Leisure causes (lit. leisures give) vices
- It is too late to seek advice in danger (lit. dangers).
- You are weeping at the tomb of your stepmother (i.e. showing the utmost hypocrisy).
- Money has no smell (i.e. money is all the same, even if you get it by shameful means).
- The sun [shines] after clouds (i.e. every cloud has a silver lining).
- From the egg (i.e. from the very beginning).
(c) Gavin Betts 2000