Thanks for the help, Iustinus. Alexanderr 01:06, 19 Ianuarii 2007 (UTC)
- You're welcome. I'm supposed to be avoiding helping tirones, because it takes too much of my time, but you will find that I occasionally break that rule. Specific notes:
- Sidus sideris, n.
- Why not use planetarius -a -um as in English, right? But if you want -alis, know that in Classical Latin it is highly unusual for the suffix to remain in the form alis when appended to a word that already contains an l or r. Usually it turns into -aris instead. So Planetaris -e would also work.
- Recall what I taught you in one of our first discussions: to say "that cat is five feet long!" you want feles illa quinque pedes longa est! with quinque pedes in the accusative. Weird, but true.
- Though in this case, I'm thinking distat ("is distant") with an ablative might make more sense.
--Iustinus 01:12, 19 Ianuarii 2007 (UTC)