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Sequentur Verbe: Your Study Guide provides information and tips that can help you achieve academic success.

Why Sequentur Verbe?

Sequentur Verbe is taken from the Latin, “Rem Tene, Verbe Sequentur,” attributed to Cato the Elder, which means, “Stick to the meaning: the words will follow.” I see this statement as the key to learning, so I have taken it as my motto for this site, which is devoted to helping you learn well, write well, and achieve success in both the academic and professional worlds.

Why not Verbe Sequentur?

Unfortunately, all straightforward variants of Rem Tene, Verbe Sequentur are already in use. I played around with a number of variants, and finally decided that Sequentur Verbe was my best option.

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