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  1. Parse:  Bibimus, ut possImus bene vIvere.  (We drink so that we can live well)
    first-person plural present tense, indicative.
  2. Parse:  Bibimus, ut possImus bene vIvere.  (We drink so that we can live well)
    subordinating conjunction, introducing purpose or result
  3. Parse:  Bibimus, ut possImus bene vIvere.  (We drink so that we can live well)
    third person plural present tense subjunctive in a clause of result or purpose
  4. Parse:  Bibimus, ut possImus bene vIvere.  (We drink so that we can live well)
    adverb modifying vIvere
  5. Parse:  Bibimus, ut possImus bene vIvere.  (We drink so that we can live well)
    complementary infinitive
  6. bene (adv)
    well
  7. dEcipiO, dEcipere, dEcEpI, dEceptum
    deceive
  8. leO, leger, lEgI, lectum
    read
  9. nOn
    not
  10. possum, posse, potuI
    be able
  11. sed (conjunction)
    but
  12. sem, esse, fuI futUrum,
    be
  13. conjugate legO in present active indicative
    legO    legimus

    legis    legitis

    legit    legunt
  14. conjugate legO, present subjunctive
    legam     legAmus

    legAs      legAtis

    legat      legant
  15. She is able
    Potest.
  16. She may be able.
    Possit
  17. They are.
    Sunt.
  18. Let them be
    Sint.
  19. We are able to read.
    Possumus legere.
  20. We may be able to read.
    PossImus legere.
  21. The women can learn.
    MulierEs discere possunt.
  22. Can the soldiers conquer?
    Possuntne vincere mIlitEs?
  23. Are the male and female students able to learn the Latin language?
    Possuntne discipulI discipulaeque linguam LatInam discere?
  24. You are soldiers but we are not soldiers.
    Estis mIlitEs, sed mIlitEs nOn sumus.
  25. Are you a soldier?
    Esne mIles?
  26. Let it be.
    Sit.
  27. Caesar potest populum ROmAnum dEcipere.
    Caesar can deceive the Roman people.
  28. CUrAte, ut valeAtis!
    Take care, so that you may be well!
  29. Bibimus et edimus, ut possImus bene vIvere.
    We drink and eat so that we may be able to live well.
  30. Se lUx est, possumus bibere.
    If there is light, we can drink.
  31. MIlitEs possunt vincere sed nOn vincunt.
    The soldiers are able to conquer but they do not conquer.
  32. VIta brevis est.
    Life is short.
  33. Ars longa esse potest.
    Art can be long (lasting).
  34. Esse est posse.
    To be is to be able.
  35. Bene legere potestis, discipulae.
    You can read well, (female) students.
  36. MIlitEs nOn sunt.
    They are not soldiers.

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