... is how Google Translate renders into Latin the phrase: taking all the Latin textbooks.
I was no good at Latin in school, and simply couldn't see the point. But one of my children - no name, no age, no gender - likes Latin. Is quite good at it. Is dallying with studying Greek as well. S/he is, however, hugely disorganised - always forgetting books, getting behind with homework, and otherwise getting into a tangle.
The said offspring's class teacher is a Latin teacher. It seems there's quite a lot of Latin books lying around the classroom. Whenever there's Latin homework, my adored child doesn't bother looking for a textbook in the locker, but simply grabs one that's lying around.
This has all come to light at the end of the term, with the ritual of assembling all the school books lying around the house. I can't say how many identicial Latin textbooks have been accumulated - it's too embarrassing, and might lay me open to legal action. Suffice it to say, it's well over a rucksack load.
I suspect my child's relative success in Latin may be because none of the other kids had a chance of using a textbook, as they are all in NW5.
As they say in Google Translate: 'Vellem omnes excusare dissensiones de pro pignori.'
This is a dictionary that allows you to look up Spanish words. There are fifteen thousand Latin assumptis universis Vicipaedia, but they can change every day. In the future, new terms and new definitions will be added to this dictionary. A popular online slang, 'Latin assumptis universis Vicipaedia' is a funny and catchy phrase that conveys the idea of getting everything in one place, or trying to “make all things plain”.
The most efficient way to learn a language is to use it on a daily basis. That's why I want you to see my latin assumptis universis Vicipaedia'. This is no small task however, as I only have 8 years of experience teaching this language and really enjoy interacting with new students. In fact, I can't even remember the last time I did anything else but help others learn the Latin language.
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