KingHarvest wrote:They're all fine grammatically. Usually, though, genitives precede the noun that they qualify, and there are a few instances where, though technically what you're writing is correct, it is very ambiguous, e.g. Filia Latonae sagittas portat. reads more like, "The daughter carries Latona's arrows."
utku wrote:I want to express a phrase in latin, but I am not sure about the right way to do it. Could you please help?
Here... I want to say "Leisure time activity". Is "negotium otii" proper for that? I suggested to use genitive. Is there a way to express it by means of noun adjunct??
Or based on the discussion about genitive above "otii negotium"???
thank you for helping...
By the way, hi culúrien... It's a little bit piracy to write into your topic but i just didn't open a new one Yours was at the top of the list among these the most relevant to my issue. I also started to learn Latin recently...
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