posted by Stephanie on .
How do you say "live free" in latin?
I'll have to find a Latin lexicon I have somewhere to double-check this. I don't completely trust translation-machines (or translation-websites)!
Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. It is wise to NOT believe most translation sites. For example:
ago = to lead, drive, spend time
solvo = free, detached
to live = vivere (this is the infinitive for you don't say if you want the command)
free (adjective) = liber
translate this sentence for me please into latin?
-the journey to the spanish town is long but we shall walk with great speed?
How do you translate (You (all) do shoult!