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Latin Translation: All things work for good

by Jose Teale
(Ohio (I'm from Mexico))

Hi I'm from Mexico and I'm learning Latin through English. How does one say "all things work for good"?



Hi Jose,

Omnia pro bono gets you there, even without translating the word "work". It simply means All things for good.

If you want to add a verb to translate "work", there are several possibilities. I suggest omnia pro bono fiunt, which literally means "all things happen/are done for good".

Hope this helps, and thanks for asking a Latin teacher.

Sincerely,

John

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