Unlike English, adjectives in Latin are placed after the noun. Adjectives in Latin agree with the noun they describe. This means that adjectives have a special form if the noun that they describe is in the plural.
Although Latin is no longer spoken today as a native language, it was the lingua franca of the Western world for over a thousand years. The study of Classical Latin language and literature is part of the curriculum in schools and universities of many countries.
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