My favorite such book has been "Amo, Amas, Amat and More (How to Use Latin
to Your Own Advantage and to the Astonishment of Others)" by Eugene Ehrlich.
It would be interesting to compare the two books - I'll see if I can get a
copy of "Latin for...."
PS. One of my favorite Latin phrases (with no good equivalent in English) is
"mutatis mutandis". To quote from AAAM:
This phrase can be rendered as "when what must be changed has been changed,"
or translated more literally as "things having been changed that had to be
changed," in the sense "with alterations to fit the new circumstances."
Thus, we may write a sentence such as: "The new regulations governing our
men's athletic teams are to apply as well to our women's teams, mutatis
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