1. I am giving roses.
2. She is giving a rose.
3. They are giving the girls roses.
4. Large roses (as subject)
5. Large roses (as object)
6. I am giving large roses.
7. The girls are giving nothing.
8. The girls are giving large roses to the sailors.
9. The sailors are giving the girls large roses.
10. You are terrifying the sailors.
11. The sailors are terrifying the girls.
12. The girl does not like the sailor.
13. You should not love reputation.
14. We love money.
15. We praise Roman philosophy.
16. Gates (as object)
17. To / for the large gates.
18. What does he love?
19. The sailors see me.
20. Opinion (as subject)
21. Opinion (as object)
22. The girl's opinion (as object)
23. You are thinking over the opinion.
24. You are thinking over the girl's opinion.
25. You are thinking over the girls' opinion.
26. Fortune gives the sailors much money.
27. Life gives the girls many opinions.
28. Fortune gives the homeland nothing.
29. Often the opinions of the sailors miss the mark ( =
30. The sailor's philosophy warns the country.
31. My philosophy is ancient.
32. I am well.
33. They are well.
34. The sailors are preserving the gates.
35. Many sailors are preserving the large gates.
36. Your anger is great.
37. The roses are for the girls.
38. Good Fortune is not life.
39. Without the sailors
40. Without philosophy life is not well.
41. The life of my country is not well.
42. What should you think over?
43. But what warns me?
44. Punisment and wrath terrify me.
45. The opinions of the fatherland ought to warn us.
46. What is the penalty of anger?
47. Nothing terrifies the sailors.
48. The sailors praise your fortune.
49. You (pl.) do not have a reputation.
50. Nothing is well if you are not well.
51. Your beauty (as subject)
52. Your beauty (as object)
53. Nothing has your beauty.
54. The girls love their ancient country.
55. We see the large gates.
56. The life of a rose (as subject)
57. The reputation of the country (as object)
58. Your opinion is mistaken.
59. The girls warn the sailors.
60. What do you advise?
61. Without much money, you (pl.) ought not make a mistake.
62. Without form, you have nothing.
63. We praise the anger of the sailors.
64. Without gates
65. Without shape
66. We do not see the shapes.
67. We ought to keep the opinions of philosophy.
68. Philosophy does not praise fortune's reputation.
69. They ought to praise girls and roses and glory.
70. They ought to give money often.
71. The penalties of a reputation are great.
72. They are not well without a homeland.
73. Give the sailors money!
74. Warn (pl.) your homeland!