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Wheelock's Chap. 32, SA#4

Sorry to ask such an obvious question, but this escapes me.

Wheelock's Chapter 32 SA #4: Plus novisti quid faciendum sit. What use of the subjunctive might this be with the future passive participle. Is this a subjunctive passive periphrastic construction? thanks.
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How to pronounce CAPVT I (Chapter One)?

How should I pronounce CAPVT I (Chapter One)? Caput unum, caput primum or anthing else?
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Chapter 22 workbook translating English to Latin

Wheelock answer is : Iussit eos defendere rem publicam periculo. I wrote: Iussit eos rem publicam periculo defendere. Does my translation contain ambiguity because two accusatives are placed next to each other? Also what about: Eos rem publicam periculo defendere iussit?
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Syllable stress in Workbook answer key

In the Wheelock's workbook (3rd ed. rev) from unit 1, my answer key says that the LAST syllable in several items is stressed:

20 (b) sal ve RE
20 (e) an ti QUA
20 (f) iu va TE

However, the intro to Wheelock's (p. xliv) reads: In a word of three or more syllables (a) the accent falls on the next to last syllable (sometimes called the "penult"), if that syllable is long
(ser-VA-re, con-SER-vat, ...
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workbook answer disagreement

Chapter 8 English to Latin translation no.2. Wheelock gives answer as Civitas tyrannos Graeco numquam gratias aget. My answer is .......gratias numquam aget. This might be considered by some nitpicking but Wheelock always says to use " standard word order" and in that context wouldn't my translation be the "correct" one? Paul
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new member

I feel a little intimidated after reading the 10 rules but here goes. I studied 2 yrs of latin over 50 years ago at a roman catholic high school, I did okay but I was a very indifferent student.
But through the years I always wanted to read Caesar's Gallic Wars in latin and I still do. I actually have Wheelocks 7th edition but I'm sure the 6th edition is close enough. I was looking ...
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Harper's response time re: key

Hi-
It's been 5 days since I've requested the answer key to Wheelock's 7th ed and the 3rd ed. of the workbook. Not even an automated response. Does anyone recall how long it was between requesting and receiving?
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adjectives/nouns

How could I write "The man painted a red house" versus "The man painted the house red"?
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Chapter 14 of 38 Latin Stories

Does anyone have the words in it and willing to paste them here?
Thanks.
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wheelock workbook

I am progressing well using the workbook. Usually when I make an error it's when the word order of my answers does not agree with that of Wheelocks. Is this in and of itself considered an error? Thanks, Paul
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