So here is my current sentence I am having problems with (from D'ooge, #428):
Hostes sciebant Romanos frumento egere et hanc rem Caesari summum periculum adlaturam esse.
The enemies knew that the Romans were in need of grain...
hanc - I assume it is a form of hic - 'this' but I don't have it in my group, I have hunc (ACC Masc) or hac (ACC Fem) or haec, but no hanc
I'm guessing hanc rem is 'this thing'
adlaturam esse - this exercise is for dative compounds- about to report?
summum periculum - at the most danger
....and were about to report this greatest danger to Ceasar. ???
I seemed to have missed something because that doesn't make sense