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Story: heri et hodiē

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[¶3 of 3] Sextus inquit, "Hodiē puer sum, sed heri lupus eram." Cornēlia dicit, "Hodiē sum in silvā, sed heri in vīllā eram." Cornēlia et Flāvia dicunt, "Hodiē in silvā sumus, sed heri in vīllā eramus." Hodiē Mārcus laetus est, sed heri tristis erat. Sextus dicit, "Cur heri tristis eras?" Mārcus respondit, "Tristis eram propter nōn sum versipellis. Sed hodiē laetus sum, propter ego et tū amicī sumus."
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