Tp205
 
Reply Thu 9 Oct, 2014 06:04 am
Hello, I was hoping to translate this quotation please:

QUAE POSTULAS PRAESTES

I would be grateful for your help.

Thanks in advance.
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George
 
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Reply Mon 13 Oct, 2014 11:49 am
@Tp205,
I'm puzzled.

quae is the relative pronoun "who", "which", "what" or "that". It can be
the feminine nominative (singular or plural) or the accustive nominative or
accusative (plural).

postulas means "you need" or "you require"

praestes is the nominative singular "keeper"

But they don't seem to me to fit together grammatically. Perhaps I'm just
missing something. Can you provide any context?
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