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I think it's spelled intellego, and I believe Latin is a first-declension noun. As the object of the sentence, it takes the accusative case. Regarding sum, that's right. However, and I forget the term for this, in cases using the personal pronoun verb to link the object and subject, the object (angry, a 2nd declension noun) takes the subject's (I) case, which is nominative. So my best guess is:
Latinam non intellego; Iratus sum.
But I wasn't the most motivated Latin student, so I'm not 100% sure. Lest you think I'm being humble, I had to look up the words and declensions. Ironically, none of the dozen or so online dictionaries I tried had a Latin translation for the word "Latin." I know it came up a couple times in lessons, but that was 10 years ago.
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Last edited by iamlucky13; 10-23-09 at 12:55 AM.