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October 1, 2014

Homework Help: Latin

Posted by Kim on Sunday, June 14, 2009 at 9:31pm.

I took out the Latin Rosetta Stone from the library and im at the end of lesson 11 these 2 picture are confusing me bc of the endings. One picture has a girl with short hair, the other a boy w short hair. For girl it says "Femina capillos breves habet" boy it says "Vir capillos brevissimos habet" For the long haired one its the same sentence except it says "promissos". It doesnt have a different ending for the long haired boy and girl as it does for the latin short haired. None of the noun endings for latin is "imos" or "es" either. SO why isnt the word the same for both??? can someone plz explain...

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