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what does this mean in latin
Hodie viis ad Europam ambulamus

  • Latin -

    Hodie - today
    ad Europam - to Europe
    ambulamus - we walk

    viis - roads (I think this is ablative plural being used without a preposition -- to indicate "by means of.")

    How will you put the sentence together?

  • latin -

    i am in the same class and have the same sentence it translates to-Today we walk to Europe by roads.

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