The Sentence analysis will help you with translating your Latin text.
The program looks up every word in the database, checks which form of it is present and the analysis even detects relations between words! Latin-is-Simple.com yet also detects clauses in your sentence (ACI, NCI, Ablativus Absolutus, Participium Coniunctum) and helps you with the translation.
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The forms that are bold have relations to other forms. Hover over them to see details! Those relations would be technically possible, but are not always correct. The same applies to clauses.
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ClausesAll recognized clauses of the selected sentence are shown here.
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Est Europa nunc unita et unita maneat;
una in diversitate pacem mundi augeat.
Semper regant in Europa fides et iustitia et libertas populorum in maiore patria.
Cives floreat Europa opus magnum vocat vos.
Stellae signa sunt in caelo aureae que iungant nos.
In case your word wasn't found in the database, you can simply use the 'Add it' button to create a new word in the database (No login required!). After you added it, the sentence analysis tool will recognize it.