I finished D'Ooge and have been looking at Latin Composition by North & Hillard. An answer key is provided, but the book begins with some preliminary exercises and these are not translated in the answer key.
Exercise B is about commands. Some of these are simple Imperatives, but how do I translate a sentance like;
Let us go, and let them remain here. Do I use the subjunctive?
Eamus, et maneant huc.
Also, how do I translate a negative Imperative like;
Do not give him a sword, but give him arrows. Do I use non or ne?
Non da ei gladium, sed sagittas. or Ne da ei gladium, sed sagittas.
Thanks for your help.