Right. So you think postremo doesn't have that meaning and ceterum does..?well i think after all has an avversative meaning like anyway or similars
I'll do my best.you should think in latin to write in latin not in your native language. That's why you need to read a lot in latin to write in latin.
Thanks very much for your help! ^_^ I really do appreciate it!Depends on what you mean. If you mean something like "after all we've been through," you might just say "post omnia." If you mean "after all" followed by some assertion ("in any case"), you might use "tamen," or in some cases "quippe" or "enim." If you mean "in the end" (as in "turns out they won't be coming after all"), then maybe "revera" or something like that.
By the way, have you seen the little mouse thread? It's just hilarious that your username is "TheMouseAvenger"
Why are you shouting?yes ... but since i don't know english enough i'm unsure