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Anyone noticed that “studying” is like “student” and “dying” put together?

08/12/2009

Omg. Tomorrow we have our first exam, Latin. And we’re both really not looking forward to it, because we are reading about Caesar and yeah, it’s quite difficult. Anywayz, we hope we’ll survive it! :) Sorry for this really short post, but we have to go back to our books, we still got a lot of work..

Caesar, equitatu praemisso, subsequebatur omnibus copiis; sed ratio ordoque agminis aliter se habetat ac Belgae ad Nervios detulerant. Nam, quod hosti appropinquabat, consuetudine sua Caesar sex legiones expeditas ducebat; post eas totius exercitus impedimenta collocarat; inde duae legiones, quae proxime conscriptae erant, totum agmen claudebant praesidioque impedimentis erant. > CAESAR DBG II, 19.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. 08/12/2009 20:31

    aw, hope you do well!

  2. 09/12/2009 01:54

    good luck!

  3. 11/12/2009 06:41

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