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I am trying to write "there are many islands" in Latin. How do you say there? Or can you just start with "are"? Would many islands count as a predicate nominative, or is it would you go into the accusative tense? Thanks!

  • Latin -

    I recall something like

    Plurae insulae sunt.

    check the ending on "plurae"

  • Latin -

    Insulae multae sunt.

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