Visual Latin 2 Corrections

Worksheets

  • In Lesson 33, question #25 is missing, only appearing on the Worksheet Answers with its solution. This unfortunately threw off the numbering of remaining questions for that lesson.
  • In Lesson 35, the singular declension of alius, alia, aliud is partially incorrect. Use this pattern (Nominative>Genitive>…Ablative) instead:
    • Masculine: alius, alterius, alii, alium, alio
    • Feminine: alia, alterius, alii, aliam, alia
    • Neuter: aliud, alterius, alii, aliud, alio
  • In Lesson 36, line 8 of Worksheet 36B the perfect stem of iacere is incorrectly listed as iecu–. The answer key correctly indicates that iec– is the perfect stem.
  • In Lesson 41, sentence #1 of Worksheet B in the answer key states “the girl who laughs = the laughing girl”, but the correct translation should be “the girl who sings = the singing girl.”

Quiz Answers

  • On Quiz 35, the correct answer to Question #37 should be D based on the vocabulary list in Exercise C of the lesson.
  • On Quiz 35, questions #44 & #45 should have the same options:
    • a) That mountain is high.
    • b) That mountain is higher.
    • c) That mountain is highest. Answer C is still correct, but B was supposed to be the same for comparison of answers.
  • On Quiz 36, question #7 in the answer key incorrectly indicates A (true); however, the correct answer is B (false). The perfect stem of audire is audiv–.
  • On Quiz 36, question #39 in the answer key states B (to accuse). The correct answer should be E (almost all of the above) since A, B, & C are all acceptable definitions of accusare.
  • On Quiz 41, question #23 in the answer key lists A, but the correct answer is C.

Visual Latin 1 Corrections

Quiz Answers

  • Answer to Lesson 10B #3 contains a typo: change femininam to feminam.
  • In Quiz 23, the answer choices for #16 change house to garden. This does not affect the correct answer, C, since the question is asking about the contextual definition of “in.”
    • Illa mala, quae sunt in casa, mala mea sunt.
      A) which are on the table
      B) which are in the kitchen
      C) which are in the house
      D) which are on the house
    • Illa mala, quae sunt in horto, mala mea sunt.
      A) which are on the table
      B) which are in the kitchen
      C) which are in the garden
      D) which are on the garden
  • Quiz 28, question 23 has the wrong adjective form in the answer. The adjective ferox uses the same nominative singular form for all 3 genders. The form originally given is the nominative plural; the corrected form below makes C the answer.
    • That wild animal attacked us.
      • A) Ille animal ferox
      • B) Illa animal ferox
      • C) Illud animal ferox
  • In Quiz 28, question 24, there are two correct answers: A & B.
    • He is called by his happy friend.
      • A) Vocatur
      • B) Is vocatur
      • C) Amatur
      • D) Is amatur
  • In Quiz 28, question 25 had a typo in the preposition as well as a missing vocabulary word in choices A & B. B is the correct answer.
    • He is called by his happy friend.
      • A) ab amico felici
      • B) ab amico felici eius
      • C) ab eius amico felicis