Pluvi in Iru - Rain in Ireland

EUL A tagu es pluve multes in Iru.
ENG Today it rains heavily in Ireland.
DEU Heute regnet es sehr stark in Irland.
Let's split the sentence into three little pieces: 1) 'a tagu' (today), 2) 'es pluve multes' (it rains heavily) and 3) 'in Iru' (in Ireland). While 1) and 3) are pretty straight forward, 'es pluve multes' needs further clarification.

All three words contain the letter 'e' representing 'action', es (short for 'estu' - it is), the verb 'pluve' (rains/is raining) and the adverb 'multes' (very much/heavily).
Kes estut pense? Qué te parece? What do you think? Qu'en pensez-vous? Was denkst du?
© 2013 Amiki d'Eulingu

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