Forum: Liquid Lounge
"one is/are two"
"two is/are one"
Are they the same? It is a stupid question I know but I have it stuck in my head. It came up in two semi-famous quotes ("two caesars is/are one too many" and "if one is/are two then I am the pope".) that I mostly remembered but in my then state couldn't recall exactly. Another question: the first quote is translated of course. If latin uses "is" and english calls for "are" (or the reverse) is it good style to translate exactly or change?
OK, I'll risk looking silly by offering a serious answer to what looks like a troll. Oci-One.Kanubi New