That's great. Wheelock's is a great book. A lot of colleges use it, and so, as you have discovered, there are lots of websites out there with stuff to help you through it. There is also an answer key available here at textkit which you may find useful as you go through the exercises (but it doesn't cover the workbook):
Benissimus' Wheelock's Answers
acarrig wrote:Hmm. I hope it helps, because I just ordered both books. I've heard good things from several other people, but they were using it as a main text. This seems strange to me, having learned a bit from Wheelock's. I can't imagine not learning the grammar first. But I hadn't thought about using it along with Wheelock's (yes, I'm a bit slow). I recently read about when Latin was learned in grammar schools that the students were expected to converse in Latin and write in Latin. This surprised me (yes, I'm ignorant, too). So when I read this post about Lingua Latina and remembered what I had heard before, I looked into it and ordered it. I was hoping it would be interesting reading, and I read that it provided seamless entry into original Latin texts. I'm sorry to hear you found it boring and juvenile. But since these are both terms that describe me rather accurately , perhaps it will work for me.
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