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by Taylor

Dear Latin Teacher,

What do the following Latin questions mean?

Quis abest hodie? Quaenam tempestas est? Quota hora est? Quot dies in mensa sunt?



Dear Taylor,

Respectively, they are: Who is absent today? How's the weather? What hour is it? How many days are on the table?

As to the last one, if you change mensa to mense, it means How many days are in a month?

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



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