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I desperately need this translated...

by Trevor Frey
(Los Angeles)


I have been searching everywhere for a correct translation of this phrase.. "Without Love, We Perish".. I know Sine Amore Perimus is not grammatically correct. So how would you say this.. Would it be Sine Amore Nos Perimus? Please, Please help!

Thank you so much!

Dear Trevor,

Actually, it is grammatically correct to say sine amore perimus. Don't know who told you otherwise, but it means exactly without love we perish.

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



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