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Homework Help: Latin

Posted by Krissa on Wednesday, April 1, 2009 at 8:10pm.

My book translated the sentence "They report the victory by means of a letter" into "Litteris victoriam nuntiant." Why is it litteris, not litterae. In the English sentence, letter was never pluralized. Why is it now? Thank you so much for explaining this.

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