la Quisque jus habet vivere , liber esse et in tuto vivere .
en Everyone has the right to life , liberty and security of person .
la Liber magnus est.
en The book is big.
la Liber tuus super mensam scriptoriam est.
en Your book is on the desk.
la Liber facilis est.
en The book is easy.
la Ubi sunt liber et plumbum?
en Where is the book and the pencil?
la Liber Didymi est.
en This is Tony's book.
la Hic liber mihi non est.
en This book isn't mine.
la primus haec tertio consulatu Cn. Pompeius adstrinxit imposuitque veluti frenos eloquentiae, ita tamen ut omnia in foro, omnia legibus, omnia apud praetores gererentur: apud quos quanto maiora negotia olim exerceri solita sint, quod maius argumentum est quam quod causae centumvirales, quae nunc primum obtinent locum, adeo splendore aliorum iudiciorum obruebantur, ut neque Ciceronis neque Caesaris neque Bruti neque Caelii neque Calvi, non denique ullius magni oratoris liber apud centumviros dictus legatur, exceptis orationibus Asinii, quae pro heredibus Urbiniae inscribuntur, ab ipso tamen Pollione mediis divi Augusti temporibus habitae, postquam longa temporum quies et continuum populi otium et assidua senatus tranquillitas et maxime principis disciplina ipsam quoque eloquentiam sicut omnia alia pacaverat.
en Here is a stronger proof of the greater importance of the cases tried before these judges than in the fact that causes in the Court of the Hundred, causes which now hold the first place, were then so eclipsed by the fame of other trials that not a speech of Cicero, or Cæsar, or Brutus, or Caelius, or Calvus, or, in short, any great orator is now read, that was delivered in that Court, except only the orations of Asinius Pollio for the heirs of Urbinia, as they are entitled, and even Pollio delivered these in the middle of the reign of Augustus, a period of long rest, of unbroken repose for the people and tranquillity for the senate, when the emperor's perfect discipline had put its restraints on eloquence as well as on all else.
la Ubi est liber meus?
en Where is my book?
la Liber eius studium valde excitat.
en His book is very interesting.
la Ubi est liber?
en Where is the book?
la Liber legendus est.
en It is worthwhile to read this book.
la Is liber meus est.
en That is my book.
la Liber de saltatione super mensam scriptoriam est.
en There is a book about dancing on the desk.
la Liber meus est. Ubi est tuus?
en This book is mine. Where is yours?
la "Ubi liber eius est?" "Super mensam est."
en "Where is his book?" "It is on the table."
la "Estne liber super mensam scriptoriam?" "Non est."
en "Is there a book in the desk?" "No, there isn't."
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