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Story: heri et hodiē

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[¶1 of 3] Hodiē Sextus in silvā ludit. Sed herī nōn ludēbat in silvā. Heri in vīllā manēbat. Sextus inquit, "Hodiē in silvā ludō, sed herī in villā manēbam." Hodiē Mārcus et Rufus in agrīs ambulant. Sed herī nōn in agrīs ambulābant. Heri in vīllā manēbant. Mārcus dicit, "Hodiē ego et Rufus in agrīs ambulamus, sed herī in vīllā manēbamus."
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