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help with G&M story 40

i was wondering if anyone can help me out with my translation. I don't want to post the whole thing up so if anyone could pm me and help me out it would mean alot since i might be tested on it monday. Thanks for any help
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Groton and May Early Inquiry


I think I've managed to reason out a solution to my own question - but I'm posting here in a search for confirmation - just in case.

After working very hard to ensure that I truly understand my first two chapters of Wheelock, I dove into the first of 38 Latin Stories. While understanding the tale was simple - I wanted to be sure that I was really grasping why the words meant what ...
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Groton and May Help

Hey, Im new to textkit and latin in general and just started a class about 3 months ago. I was wondering if anyone had a translation for Groton and May's 38 latin Stories for chapter 21. This is the story about the Return of the Golden Age. Any help would be appreciated.

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Reading after Wheelock

How well does Wheelock's Latin prepare one for reading Caesar's Commentaries on the Gallic War? In other words, what grammatical things do I need to learn after completing Wheelock in order to read that work correctly?
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omnis, acer and potens

I know it is a lot, but I'm frightened by this omnis, acer and potens from chapter 16 and was wondering if I was doing this properly.
Many thanks to whoever checks this. :)
omnis amīcus = every friend
omnis homō = every man
omnis rēgīna = every queen
omnis māter = every mother
omne bellum = every war (nom. OR acc.)
omne animal = ...
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the girl and her country

be kind,
i translated sentance c in chapter 2:
patria puellarum sine pecunia non valet.
the girl cannot leave her country without money.

so far its slow going but gratifying.
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groton and may answers

Does anyone know where I can find an answer key for groton and may's 38 latin soties?

I have been taking an online latin course and have been having great difficulty with the stories and having a way to check my passages when I am done would be very helpful.

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just wondering

i just started wheelock and am pleased with my comprehension, even if it is just the first chapter.
my question is what the suffix tum means. if it is a version of first person singular or if it will be clarified later or maybe i am just missing something. it is not a big deal but maybe an informed person could clear it up for me
thanks, nathan
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HELP! groton and may chapter 37

hello guys, i'm new to the board and was wondering if you guys could help me out. I'm having a lot of trouble translating the story Horace Meets a Boorish Fellow, if anyone could help me out with any part of the story i would be very thankful.
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