I have a question for whoever wishes to answer:
I completed Wheelock about six years ago, before I discovered that answer keys for that book were available online. That's the extent of my Latinitas.
I am looking to restart my Latin studies, but this time I want a book for which answer keys are available. I have on hand hard copies of Moreland & Fleischer, and Teach Yourself Latin, by Gavin Betts. There are answer keys for both of these books online, and besides, I bought and paid for them several years ago. However, Textkit's pdf of D'Ooge looks inviting, and there is an answer key for it. Adler's book also looks inviting, it has an answer key, and it is complemented with the audio podcasts from Latinum. I also found several tempting google pdfs of study books by the great Bail L. Gildersleeve, but couldn't find any answer keys.
Which one of these alternatives would be best for someone who has been through Wheelock? Would you recommend something else?
Also, would you recommend that reading books or composition books also be used along with whatever textbook you recommend?
'Greek had to be simplified, and Latin had to be replaced with Italian, because we barbarians stole so many Greek and Latin words.'