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  • Latin -

    spectatis = you look at (present tense, 2nd person, plural)

    silvas claras = bright forests (direct objective, plural)

    insulae magnae = of the large island (possessive singular)

    How will you put those words together in correct English word order?

  • latin -

    Even though this was 2010
    You plural see the clear forest of the large island.
    Ur welcome poor child i will suffer the same.

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