can you please translate into latin for me please:
my sisters are a part of me
“Sorores meae pars sunt mei” or “Sorores meae mei sunt pars”with a different word order that in Latin can be variable.
Both sentences are correct, of course!
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-My =MEAE (nominative feminine plural of the possessive adjective MEUS agreed with SORORES)
-sisters =SORORES (nominative plural of the feminine noun SOROR, 3rd.declension)
-are =SUNT (3rd.person plural, present indicative of SUM, I am)
-a part = PARS(predicate nominative, 3rd.declension)
-of me =MEI (genitive of the 1st.person singular pronoun EGO)
As for Latin word order, it can be different from English simply because Latin is an inflected language where syntactical relationships are indicated by the inflexional endings, not by the order of the words, so that word order often depends on the writer's choice.