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Foreign Phrases: French, Latin, Italian
"I'll give you the phrase in either Latin, French, or Italian and you give me the correct translation. Good luck. Note: Accent marks, etc. are not included."
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'Audentes fortuna juvat' is Latin meaning what in English?
Have good fortune
Fortune favors the bold
The grand fortune
Fortune favors the weak
'Eppur si muove' is Italian for what?
On the contrary
Let there be light
And yet it does move
The earth is round
'Et tu, Brute!' is Latin for what?
How are you, Brutus
And you, Brutus!
Nice to see you, Brutus
'Une affaire d'honneur' is French. What does it mean?
A case of honey
A matter of honor
Toward the left side
'Lasciate ogni speranza, voi ch'entrate' is Italian. What is English meaning?
Abandon all items once entering
Abandon all hope for help
Abandon all thoughts
Abandon all hope, ye who enter
'Le roi le veut' is French for what?
The king is dead
The king commands you
The king will consider it
The king wants it
'Ecce signum' is Latin meaning:
Behold the proof
The evidence is proof
Evil is here
Behold the sign
'Si jeunesse savait, si vieillesse pouvait' is French for what?
If only youth knew, if only age could!
If only I was not so weary
If only time stopped, if only life was eternal
If only they knew, if only I knew!
'Taedium vitae' is Latin for which of the following?
Weariness of life
Virtue of life
As you possess
So much the better
'Bonsoir' is French meaning what?
Latin: 'Damnant quod non intellegunt' means what in English?
They despise change
They condemn what they do not understand
They hate intelligence
Intelligence is hate
Italian: 'Ben trovato'
Not a bad story, even if untrue;
Full of holes
Latin: 'Humanum est errare'
To think is human
To live is human
To err is human
To die is human
Latin: 'Ignorantia iuris neminem excusat'
Ignorance is excused intelligence
Ignorance of thyself is no excuse
Ignorance of the law excuses no-one
Ignorance is an excuse
Italian: 'Salto mortale'
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