What is this in Latin: It is not yet day, but Aurelia, the mother of Marcus and Cornelia, is now busy


What is this in Latin:
It is not yet day, but Aurelia, the mother of Marcus and Cornelia, is now busy in the house. She is angry because she catches sight of the slaves sitting. “Come on, annoying slaves!” she says. “Why are you doing nothing? Why are you just sitting there? Why aren’t you working hard? It is necessary to prepare everything immediately because we return to Rome today.” Now the slaves are working hard. Then, Aurelia prepares to wake up the boys. Therefore, she enters Marcus’ bedroom. She shouts, “Come on Marcus! It is time to get up. We are preparing to return to the city.” Marcus hears his mother but responds nothing. Then Aurelia enters Sextus’ room. She shouts “Come on Sextus! It’s time to get up.” Sextus immediately gets up. He quickly puts on his tunic and toga and in a short time runs out of his bedroom. Again, Aurelia enters Marcus’ room. Again she shouts, “Come on, Marcus! We are now working hard. Why do you alone not get up?” Marcus groans. “I’m do not get up,” Marcus says, “because I do not want to return to Rome. Why is it also necessary for me to also return to the city? The emperor recalls my father to the city. He wants to consult father. He does not want to consult Marcus.” Suddenly Gaius, Marcus’ father, enters and shouts, “But I want to consult Marcus!” “Why, Marcus, are you annoying me today?” “Why are you not getting up? Why are you not yet putting on your tunic and toga, annoying boy?” Marcus does not respond but immediately gets up because he is afraid of his father.


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