Hic est Marcus, ibi est Titus.
Titus in Colosseo sedet et gaudet, nam Aemilia iam adest.
Marcus dolet, nam Cornelia cessat.
Iam Aemilia rogat: "Ubi est Cornelia?"
Et Titus: "Cornelia cessat."
Subito Marcus vocat: "Ibi Cornelia est, ibi stat!"
Ridet et gaudet.
- Here is Marcus, there is Titus.
- Titus in the Collosseum sits and is happy, because Aemilia already is there.
- Marcus feels pain, because Cornelia has people wait for her.
- Now Aemilia asks: "Where is Cornelia?"
- And Titus: "Cornelia has people wait on her."
- Suddenly Marcus shouts: "There Cornelia is, there she stands!"
- He laughs and is happy.