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What is the duration of LatiNation?
Habeo-I have Habes- you have (sing) Habet- He/She/It has Habemus- We have Habetis- You have (pl.) Habent- They have
The most common word for "and" in Latin is probably "et," although there are other words that mean "and" in Latin. To name a few, "ac," "atque," and "-que." The last one is an… enclitic, which is a kind of a suffix, added to the end of a pair of nouns. For example, the phrase "pax amorque" or "amor paxque" means "peace and love" and "love and peace." Note that "Et ... et" means "Both ... and," and in poetry, -que can signal a hendiadys, example: "locus requiesque" means "place of rest," not "place and rest." The simplest answer is that "et" is "and" in Latin.
Id est quod est.
In the school subject, you'd typically learn about the language (grammar, vocabulary, translation, etc.) and history of the Roman Empire.
"I am" in Latin is "sum." "You (sing.) are" = "es" "He/she/it is" = "est" "We are" = "sumus" "You (pl.) are" = "estis" "They are" = "sunt"
Is (genitive: eius).
habeo - i have habemus - we have habes - you have habetis - you (all) have habet - he has habent - they have
the time during something lasts or continues
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