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Bradley's Arnold, exercise 2A [Sep. 25th, 2006|07:23 pm]
scribendi recte fons - Latin prose composition
scribendi_recte
[nosoponus]
1. I was made kind by the votes of the whole nation
2. He attained to the hightest office in (his) native country.
3. I hate the din of cities; the country is always most pleasing to me.
4. our forefathers acquired this district by the sword.
5. the whole world was at that time obedient to Rome.
6.  he reigned long; the crown which he had acquired by violence he held to the great advantage of the nation.
7. He was a most famous orator and all the world admired him greatly.
8. He was most dear to the nation for he was ever ready to do all things for the country.
9. He received a moral would (while) fighting for his native land.
10. At last, he held his peace; he has said much (neut. pl), and (spoken) long.
11. He succeeded to the crown (while) a boy; (as) king he attained to the highest glory.
12. He never attaied to his father's glory, but all things that were vile he always hated.
13. He foretold the ruin of his country.

1.suffrāgia cīvium omnium mē rēgem fēcērunt.  rēx suffrāgiīs cīvium factus sum.
2. ad honōrēs reī publicae maximās pervēnit.  magistrātus maximos consecutus est.
3. strepitum ōdī urbium; rus vērō mihi semper maximē placet.
4. hunc agrem maiōrēs nostrī gladiō adepti sunt.
5. omnēs tum gentēs Rōmānīs parēbant.
6. diū regnābat et imperium quod vī adeptus est magnō cum frūctū reī publicae obtinuit.
7. ōrātor erat praeclārus quem omnes magnopere admīrābantur.
8. omnibus cīvibus cārus erat; nam omnia pro patriā facere semper volēbat.
9. prō patriā pugnāns mortiferum vulnus accēpit.
10. cum multa diūque diceret, tandem conticuit.
11. puer rēgnum excēpit; rēx maximam glōriam consecutus est.
12. ad patriam glōriam nōn pervēnit, omnia tamen turpia semper ōdit.
13. exitium cīvitātis suae praesāgīvit.
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