Hamzanama wrote:Thank you, it was just I wanted extra practice just to make sure my hold over the basic principles is strong.
The ancillary materials designed to accompany Lingua Latina, particularly the Exercitia Latina, are toddler-ish regarding skill level in Latin. You can purchase the teacher's materials for answers to Exercitia Latina as well. I don't know if you are using Lingua Latina Per Se Illustrata, but I would highly suggest it. However, I am still a toddler as well, yet not in age. If you use that course I would also get Quaderno di Esercizi and Epitome Historiae Sacrae to bridge the gap between parts one and two of the series.
I would also advise you not to rush through the book. This is the reason people fail with LLPSI. They generally try to read the whole book in a month or two. I would read the same chapter every day for a week, doing all exercises and employing delayed transcribing for the entire chapter (or a large portion thereof), before moving on to the next chapter. Maybe two to three weeks per chapter of part two. So it should take around a year or two to complete the series. I do this, but I include the Colloquia and Fables companion materials. But I don't know if the toddler should be leading the toddler.
I think that you meant salve instead of salvay.