Just after working my way through the P&R from Chapter 27 of Wheelock, and no. 1 gave me some difficulty. It goes:
Quisque cupit quam pulcherrima atque utilissima dona dare,
and I translated it as:
Each person desires that most beautiful (thing) and also to give the most useful gifts.
I used "quam" with "pulcherrima" as the acc.f.sing relative pronoun, and didn't relate it to "dona". Is that correct? Or, if not idiomatically, ...