I have a question concerning the Part II of the Ex. 62.
The question that iÂ´m concerned with is the number 5 that I copy here:
(His) daughter is getting (parat) a good dinner for the farmer.
The correct answer, according to the key, is (i'm omiting all the long syllabes indicators.) :
Filia agricolae bonam cenam parat.
However, this translation doesn't make a clair difference about the person for whom the dinner is. It looks more like:
the farmerÂ´s daughter is getting a good dinner.
But is impossible to know if the dinner is for the farmer or for any other person...
I'd like to know if I'm wrong with my interpretation and I'll be grateful for your help.