Update: The answers can now be found in the Wheelock Answer Key
OK, so I read each chapter of Wheelock and try to learn the grammar, vocab etc. presented. Then I do the self-tutorial exercises at the back, and then check my answers. Every chapter I find that I get at least some
wrong, but that's fine, because that makes me recheck that bits I missed, and shows me where I have to be more careful in future. Then I do the translations at the end of the chapter. If I get stuck, I can always turn to Textkit for help. And help unfailingly arrives.
But one of the nagging concerns that I have, is that when learning Latin without the benefit of a tutor, when I do these exercises, I'm sure I'm getting some of them wrong without knowing it. In which case I don't even ask for help, and go merrily on my way, blissfully unaware that I've missed something important.
How would my fellow Wheelock sufferers react to the idea of a number of threads (maybe one per chapter) where we could post our answers to all these for exercises for comment and discussion? We could, in effect, all be each other's tutor.
Is this an idea that appeals, or do you think I'm just trying to cheat and peek at your answers for the next chapter?