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whats the translation of: "Tum amici Maximiservos laudaverunt et eis pecuniam donaverunt" and "Maximo singuli vale dixerunt" ?

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    Maximiservos = ???

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    If "Maximiservos" is supposed to be two words, here's what you have:

    Tum = then, at that time

    amici = friends (subject of the sentence)

    Maximi = possessive form of Maximus

    servos = servants (direct object)

    laudaverunt = 3rd plural present perfect, meaning they have praised.

    Let me know what you think of the rest, and I'll help you.

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