posted by Dee on .
Filio meo multi amici erunt
I have trouble understanding what this means exactly. This is all I have as a literal translation
My brother many friends there are/ they are
That makes little sense. What's the Latin sentence?
Could it mean? "Many friends are my brother."
Filio meo = to or for my SON (not brothers)
So ... 'There were many friends for my son.'
Please go back and memorize at least the most basic vocabulary words (for example, filius!).
You also need to learn (memorize) verb tense forms and the noun cases and their uses.
My son will have many friends.