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Wheelock's Answers : Chap 32 as promised

Here you go:

CHAPTER 32


Practice and Review (p. 220-21)
At first those three laughable men were able to endure bravely not even moderate things.
We especially asked how much help the seven women would bring and whether they would soon help us..
With the weapons finally having been gathered together, the commander promised that ten thousands of soldiers would depart very quickly.
You (pl.) wish to confer equal benefits, therefore, ...
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Ch 01 questions

Salvete!

My name is Scott and I am on a self-study path to learning Latin. So far I have really enjoyed the Wheelock book. I have a couple of very basic questions I hope may be answered here.

On page 6 of the revised 6th edition the 2nd principal part of "do" is written as "dare" with a stress on the -a but no macron. I was under the impression that first conjugation verbs are ...
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Ch 24 PR prose comp 17

Another question (by the way thank you so much everyone for helping me out! I was supposed to be in a latin class, but it got dropped because of lack of enrollment, so before I found all of you I was doing this on my own...its so much better to learn a language in community!)

The sentance to translate is
The leader, having been driven out by both the free men and the slaves, could ...
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Ch 24 Paragraph 2

The Latin text is
"Sed quid rides? Mutato nomine, de te fabula narratur!"

My translation is
"But you laugh at what? I change the name, but I have been telling a story about you!"

Benissimus translated it
"But why are you laughing? With a name changed,a story is told about you"

Wait, wait....the "de" is "about" not "but"....I keep getting confused with the greek "de" without even thinking about it.
"Muto nomine" is a ablative ...
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Wheelock's page 369

Does anyone happen to have a copy of page 369 or possibly just questions 8-17? I have seemed to have left my latin book in my locker and 12 A.M. is a tad late to be wondering the school.
I hope somebody happens to be on and able to post the questions or a copy of the page by about 6:45 Pacific standard time.
I would be very greatful for the help
Thank you.
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Ch 24 PR 8

The answer key is missing a word...
The sentence is
Cernisne omnia quae tibi scienda sunt?
My translation is
How do you distinguish all who must be known by you?

Benissimus's is
"Do you all the things which should be known by you?

Thanks for your help!
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Help for Ch 23 PR 7

The Latin sentence is
"Tolleturne fama huius medici istis versibus novis?"

benissimus translates it
"Is the fame of this doctor being uplifted by those verses?"

I don't see any accounting for the word "novis" in his translation, shouldn't it be "those new verses" ?
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Help for Ch22 Prose comp 13

The sentence in English is "His new hopes had been destroyed by the common fear of uncertain things."
Benissimus translated "communi metu" I translated it "commune metu"
Does anyone know why I am wrong?
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Ch 22 PR 4

My question is about
tolletur
I translated it as a present passive indicative, but benissimus' answer key seems to indicate it is a future passive indicative. Can anyone explain why this would be?
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38 Latin Stories Page 74 Chapter 39 Help

I am translating Cicero Evaluates Two Famous Roman Orators and I cannot figure it out with all the gerunds and gerundives. Can anyone help me with a translation. Thanks
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