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Comrade 04/15/2020 (Wed) 14:25:23 No. 1087
Et tu, brute?
>>1087 Is brute here is nickname for Brutus, or Caesar died without completing the sentence?
>>1088 I'm pretty sure Brute is how you say Brutus in latin
>>1089 Brute is *one of the ways to say Brutus in Latin. Latin is an inflected language which means that nouns have different endings depending on their grammatical role. <Case Singular >Nominative Brūtus >Genitive Brūtī >Dative Brūtō >Accusative Brūtum >Ablative Brūtō >Vocative Brūte
>>1087 Caesar spoke Greek in private so he most likely said Καὶ σὺ τέκνον.
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HE WAS A CONSUL OF ROME
Fortune pisses on me once again!
Titus Androdicus is the better Shakespeare play about Rome tbqh

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