By NicoleDelig, in 'English to Latin Translation', Jul 13, 2019 at 6:54 PM.
What is "No effort, no result" translated?
I need to learn this beutiful language
One way of expressing the idea would be sine labore nullus successus.
The above is "No pain, no gain!" in Japanese.
Well, she didn't specify which beautiful language she wanted it in.
but she kinda did by posting it in the "English to Latin translation" forum
I have asked a friend who had latin in school some years ago, he said it could be translated to "Sine adnius nullus proventus." is that true?
You mean adnisu?
Sine adnisu nullus proventus would be grammatically correct, but I prefer my word choice.
Why not? A Latin translation had already been given.
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