Belial wrote:Kemetic: Many years of leafing through the book of the dead and memorizing passages when the mood struck me. Nothing terribly useful, but it's not like there are ancient egyptians around to speak it to, anyway.
Ishindri wrote:Oh, and if you want to know what my sig says, literally translated, it means "I am the god of machines".
vlad wrote:Actually it's ungrammatical. Sum is not a transitive verb, but a copula, which does not take an object, but a complement. You've got it in the accusative case as if it was an object, but it should be in the nominative. Also Latin generally prefers to put the verb at the end, though that's not a strict rule.
So, "Deus machinarum sum" would be better.
Jack21222 wrote:I am currently studying Arabic, though the Arabic 101 class is going far too slowly for my tastes. After 6 hours (4 classes), I've learned only a handful of words and phrases.
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Delalyra wrote:Jack21222 wrote:I am currently studying Arabic, though the Arabic 101 class is going far too slowly for my tastes. After 6 hours (4 classes), I've learned only a handful of words and phrases.
Yeah, isn't it annoying to be in a class with mere mortals when you already know so much more about the language than they do? I hear you; I'm in Arabic 101 myself.
Spanish is my native language. I'm literate in English but still can't speak it properly.
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