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Latin-English Translation of
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by Nona-Rona-Lisa (US), 2017-08-21, 13:09  Spam?  
I'm trying to write "i hate to run but i would love to swim with you" so far i have "Odi curere sed amabo natare cum te."
by khanzat, 2017-08-22, 07:48  Spam?  80.49.67....
It's "currere", not "curere". Your sentence is right, although "amabo" means "I'll love". For "I'd love" is "amem" (Subjunctive).

Currere odi sed natare cum te amem.

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