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It seems to be correct, though 'is in hoc modo cantat' would be a more
natural order. 'is' for 'he' is less common than 'ille', for instance...,
and so it sounds like an ana- or cataphoric pronoun without its complement.

But I'm studying Latin for just three years ; ).

BTW, as far as letters go, it's immaculate.

Edgard.

On 9/1/07, Adam Walker <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
> Is the sentence "Cantat is in hoc modo," correct or
> does it, in fact, contain a typo?
>
> Adam
>
> Ed ņavisud in junu suņu pera nun regrediri ad ul Erodu, regrediruns ad il
> sustrus provinchi peu'l via aurra.
>
> Machu 2:12
>