I started Collar's BLB a few days ago and I'm running into a confusing point that he never really explains/provides an example for in the section 50 exercises.
Here is the original English and my Latin sentence, without the marks for long vowels:
The gift is pleasing to the good friend.
<i>Donum amico bono est gratum.</i>
The broad cup is pleasing to the new pupil.
<i>Poculum latum est discipulo novo gratum.</i>
As you can see, ...