01:50 Jan 8, 2002
Latin to English translations [Non-PRO]
Latin term or phrase: incitat
Marcus quoque servos incitat et iubet eos cistas in raedam ponere. Servus quidam, nomine Geta, cistam Sexti arripit et in raedam iacit. Cave Geta exclamat Sextus sollicitus. Cura cistam meam! Noli eam iacere! Tandem omnes cistae in raeda sunt. Ascendunt Marcus et Sextus. Ascendit Eucleides.
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Nigel Patterson
5Marcus, who calls on...



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You might use the past tense in English.

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Marcus, who calls on...

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