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38 Stories for Wheelock's Latin, Pandora's Box 1-3

Pandora's Box 1-3

Īapetus duōs fīliōs, Promētheum et Epimētheum, habet. Promētheus est vir magnae sapientiae; Epimētheus est vir sine sapientiā. Iuppiter Epimētheō bellam puellam, Pandōram, dat. Promētheus Epimētheum dē Pandōrā saepe monet: “Ō Epimētheu, errās! Perīculum nōn vides. Nōn dēbēs puellam accpere.” Epimētheus Pandōram amat; dē perīculō nōn cōgitat. Iuppiter Epimētheō arcam dat; nōn licet arcam aperīre. Sed Pandōra est curiosa: “Quid in arcā est? Multa pecūnia? Magnus numerus gemmārum?” Puella arcam aperit. Multae fōrmae malī prōvolant et errant! Sed Pandōra spem in arcā cōnservat. Etiam sī vīta plēna malōrum est, spem semper habēmus.


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Īapetus duōs fīliōs, Promētheum et Epimētheum, habet. Iapetus hat zwei Söhne, Prometheus und Epimetheus. Iapetus has two sons, Prometheus and Epimetheus. Promētheus est vir magnae sapientiae; Epimētheus est vir sine sapientiā. Prometheus ist ein Mann von großer Weisheit; Epimetheus ist ein Mann ohne Weisheit. Prometheus is a man of great wisdom; Epimetheus is a man without wisdom. Iuppiter Epimētheō bellam puellam, Pandōram, dat. Jupiter schenkt Epimetheus ein wunderschönes Mädchen, Pandora. Jupiter gives Epimetheus a beautiful girl, Pandora. Promētheus Epimētheum dē Pandōrā saepe monet: “Ō Epimētheu, errās! Prometheus often warns Epimetheus about Pandora: "Oh Epimetheus, you are mistaken! Perīculum nōn vides. You do not see the danger. Nōn dēbēs puellam accpere.” Epimētheus Pandōram amat; dē perīculō nōn cōgitat. You should not accept the girl." Epimetheus loves Pandora; he does not think about the danger. Iuppiter Epimētheō arcam dat; nōn licet arcam aperīre. Jupiter gives Epimetheus a box; it is not allowed to open the box. Sed Pandōra est curiosa: “Quid in arcā est? But Pandora is curious: "What is in the box? Multa pecūnia? A lot of money? Magnus numerus gemmārum?” Puella arcam aperit. A large number of gems?" The girl opens the box. Multae fōrmae malī prōvolant et errant! Many forms of evil fly out and spread! Sed Pandōra spem in arcā cōnservat. But Pandora keeps hope in the box. Etiam sī vīta plēna malōrum est, spem semper habēmus.__ Even if life is full of evils, we always have hope.