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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #14366: Latin and English
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    Latin and English

    Which Latin phrases match the following examples?

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    1. Every night "on point of death"you are the master of this universe.

    2. If an "unwelcome person "refuses to leave your home, you should call the police department.

    3. The Police Inspector, caught "red-handed" by a mobile camera, claimed he was engaged on a training run.

    4. Power and wealth are desirable "for the sake of honour" .

    5. These two services are joined together "in the same place" at the reception office.

    6. He was a genius – "that is to say "- a man who does superlatively and without obvious effort something that most people cannot do by the uttermost exertion of their abilities.

    7. You have to take your medicine "by mouth" and your blood will be tested 3 hours later.

    8. The Pope is infallible when he speaks on matters of morals and ethics "from the chair" .

    9. The "law of retaliation" is based on the principle of - an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth - .

    10. The text reads: "in the year of Lord" 1430.

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