Latin Phrase: Public Warning
Dear Latin Teacher,
Would this Latin phrase read properly as a public warning? Relenquete spem totum quod ante te vaccus est
I cannot interpret your Latin. If you write your public warning in English, I'll be glad to provide the corresponding Latin.
With a few changes to your words I get:Relinque spem totam quod ante te vacuus est.
But this means leave all hope behind because before you it is empty
Or I get:Relinque spem totam quod ante te vacca est.
But this means leave all hope behind because before you there is a cow
. With such a cow right before me, I may not need the public warning, especially in Latin.
Write again, if you would like to clarify what the public warning should say.
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