Day 1 - Horace Set Text

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egressum magma me accepti Aricia Roma hospitio modico; rhetor comes Heliodorus Graecorum longe doctissimus; inde Forum Appi, differtum nautis, cauponibus atque malignis
Having gone out of Great Rome Aricia welcomed me in a simple inn; my companion, teacher of rhetoric, Heliodorus,by far the most learned of the Greeks; from there (we reached) Forum Appi, full of sailors, and also spiteful inn keepers
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hoc iter ignavi divisimus, altius ac nos, praecintis unum: minus est gravis Appia tardis
we lazily divided this (part of the) journey, which for those higher than us could be done in one: the Appian Way was less arduous for slow people.
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hic ego propter aquam, quod erat deterrima, ventri indico bellum, cenantes haud animo aequo exspectans comites
Here I, because of the water that was horrible, declared war on my stomach, waiting impatiently for my dining conrades
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Use of present tense within past tense text
Historic present - colloquial
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Misses out the words 'my' and 'was'
This is UNDERSTOOD
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hoc iter ignavi divisimus, altius ac nos, praecintis unum: minus est gravis Appia tardis

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we lazily divided this (part of the) journey, which for those higher than us could be done in one: the Appian Way was less arduous for slow people.

Card 3

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hic ego propter aquam, quod erat deterrima, ventri indico bellum, cenantes haud animo aequo exspectans comites

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Card 4

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Use of present tense within past tense text

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Card 5

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Misses out the words 'my' and 'was'

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