I am looking to create a family motto in Latin for a character in a book. Using Google Translate, I've been able to translate "More money today than yesterday" into "Plus hodie quam heri". That then translates into "More today than yesterday" when reversing it.
That's pretty acceptable. But Google seems to always add a question mark at the end. I know nothing about Latin noun structure, but is this phrase a question in Latin or a statement based on the words? Is there a more accurate translation?