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Because cats appreciate you and you appreciate cats

Latin translation: Quia feles valde te aestimant atque valde feles aestimas

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English term or phrase:Because cats appreciate you and you appreciate cats
Latin translation:Quia feles valde te aestimant atque valde feles aestimas
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09:38 May 16, 2005
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English term or phrase: Because cats appreciate you and you appreciate cats
from correspondence to Pope Benedict the 2nd
Roger A. LaBranche
Quia feles valde te aestimant atque valde feles aestimas
Explanation:
Hello!

If "you" is singular here (The Pope), I would say:

"Quia feles valde te aestimant atque valde feles aestimas"

Quia= Because
Feles= Cats (nominative and accusative, plural)
valde= very much
te= you (acc.)
aestimant= they appreciate

atque: and

valde= very much
feles= cats (object)
aestimas= you appreciate (2nd singular)

Hope this helps!
Flavio
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Local time: 11:22
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Thanks, very much, Flavio!
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because cats appreciate you and you appreciate cats
Quia feles valde te aestimant atque valde feles aestimas


Explanation:
Hello!

If "you" is singular here (The Pope), I would say:

"Quia feles valde te aestimant atque valde feles aestimas"

Quia= Because
Feles= Cats (nominative and accusative, plural)
valde= very much
te= you (acc.)
aestimant= they appreciate

atque: and

valde= very much
feles= cats (object)
aestimas= you appreciate (2nd singular)

Hope this helps!
Flavio


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flaviofbg
Spain
Local time: 11:22
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Thanks, very much, Flavio!
from Roger Cub

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