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#1 dands

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Posted 31 December 2009 - 04:06 PM

I would like my kids to learn to copy the Pledge of Allegiance in latin. So far i found two. I see small differences. If any one can help me to choose. I am just learning with the kids latin and cannot distinguish which is better. Accuracy is important to me. Thanks!





Fidem meam obligo vuxillo civitatem federalem Americae et Res Publicae quo stat; uni Nationi, sub Deo, non dividendae, cum libertate et iusquiasque, omnibus.



Fidem meam obligo


vexillo civitatium


Americae foederatarum


et rei publicae pro qua stat


uni natione deo ducente


non dividendae


cum libertate iustitiaque omnibus




Edited by dands, 31 December 2009 - 04:09 PM.


#2 latinteach

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Posted 31 December 2009 - 05:38 PM

I would like my kids to learn to copy the Pledge of Allegiance in latin. So far i found two. I see small differences. If any one can help me to choose. I am just learning with the kids latin and cannot distinguish which is better. Accuracy is important to me. Thanks!


Use the second one with "pro qua stat" and "iustitiaque."