Nihil virtute amabilius est.

By SpeedPocok5, in 'Latin Beginners', Jan 13, 2019.

  1. SpeedPocok5 Member

    Nihil virtute amabilius est.

    why this sentence is comparative?
  2. Callaina Feles Curiosissima

    • Civis Illustris
    Because amabilius is a comparative adjective (neuter, agreeing with nihil): "there is nothing more worthy of love than virtue".
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