Ancient Languages/Latin translation
Can you translate "death follows me" in Latin please
As in death follows me wherever I go
I have found "mors me sequitur" but not sure this is correct
"Mors me sequitur" as well as "Me sequitur mors"( with a different word order that in Latin can be variable) is correct.
Please note that:
-MORS (subject in the nominative case)="death";
-ME (direct object, accusative, first person pronoun)="me";
-SEQUITUR (3rd.person singular, present indicative of the deponent verb SEQUOR)= "follows".
Latin word order can be variable as Latin is an inflected language where synctactical relationships are indicated by the ending, not by the order of the words.