I'm learning by myself with B. L. D'Ooge's Latin for Begginers. It was OK so far, having already done the learnlatin.tk course, the first 50 lessons or so were not an issue. But now I'm having trouble figuring out the following sentence from ex. 240
I'm having problems matching the adjectives and nouns. What do you think about this? (I've added the subject from the previous sentence at the end to complete it).Copias novas non solum toti Italiae sed etiam provinciis sociorum imperavit
This -in the accusative- would be the object from imperavit.
This -in the genitive- would modify the object copias novas.
Also genitive, would be in connection with toti sociorum
[toti sociorum] provinciis
As I understand it, toti sociorum modifies Italiae and provinciis.
So what i'm thinking is that toti goes with sociorum and not with Italiae. Because, if that would have been the case, if should have been totae Italiae. Right?
I'd appreciate if someone could give me a hand.
By the way, this lesson has been addressed in viewtopic.php?f=18&t=2257 but I created another topic because I think it's a different issue.