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LATIN QUESTION:Translate the following sentence into English: Ubi Geta ex arbore descendit, Davus eum tunica arripit et ad villam trahit.
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User: LATIN QUESTION:Translate the following sentence into English: Ubi Geta ex arbore descendit, Davus eum tunica arripit et ad villam trahit.

Weegy: When Geta from the tree down, Dave seizes him the coat, and the town attracts is the literal translation of the Latin sentence, Ubi Geta ex arbore descendit, [ Davus eum tunica arripit et ad villam trahit. ]
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