quid? vos pulcherrimam hanc urbem domibus et tectis et congestu lapidum stare creditis? muta ista et inanima intercidere ac reparari promisca sunt: aeternitas rerum et pax gentium et mea cum vestra salus incolumitate senatus firmatur.
The country is with us; with them, the country's enemies. What! do you imagine that this fairest of cities is made up of dwellings and edifices and piles of stones? These dumb and inanimate things may be indifferently destroyed and rebuilt.
Ecce inscriptio electronica mea.
Here's my email address.
Soror mea pulchra est.
My sister is pretty.
Filia mea est.
This is my daughter.
Amica mea es.
You are my friend.
Ludum cum sorore mea ludo.
I am playing a game with my sister.
Soror mea pulchra femina erat.
My sister was a beautiful woman.
Ecce femina mea, Minna.
Here is my wife, Minna.
Mater mea bene coquit.
My mother cooks well.
Amica mea septemdecim annos nata est.
My friend is seventeen.
Uxor mea medica est.
My wife is a doctor.
In lingua mea, "," virgula vocatur, ";" punctum et virgula vocatur, ":" duo puncta vocatur, "..." puncta reticentiae vocatur, et haec sententia puncto finitur.
In my language, the "," is called comma, the ";" is called semicolon, ":" is called colon, "..." are called ellipsis, and this sentence ends with a period.
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