Mon 26 Oct, 2009 03:55 pm
I have two sentences in Latin, I would like to get the proper spelling of and to be translated into English.
They are based on an audio source and written with my own spelling/grammar, so please bear over me, if it is not correct.
1) Survei, sukurin me akitiles.
2) Te puniam prohork.
If you do not understand the words or need more info, I can send you a copy of the audio source on e-mail if you like.
I hope you can help me.
Many thanks in advance!
I have now succesfully found the spellings and English translation of the Latin sentences - they are as follows:
1) "Servus, succurro mihi articulus" which translated to English means "Servant, help me this moment".
2) "Te puniam pro hoc" which translated to English means "I will punish you for this".
I totally missed this the first time you posted.
But I have some suggestions for the first sentence.
1. Use serve
rather than servus
. You want the locative case for direct address.
2. Use succurre
rather than succurro
. You want the imperative mood.
" doesn't seem right to me, but I don't know what it could be.
Yeah, but he's looking for something that sounds like "akitiles".