I received this comment on Facebook:

Question: In lesson 27, 27B Sentences number 14 – Instead of matrem docuit, should it read, matrem docere?

Here is my reply:

Yep.  You are correct!  Thank you for pointing this out to me.

Here is the question

14.  Pater putat matrem docet.  Dad thinks that mom is teaching.

The verb, docet is incorrect here.  Instead, it should be the infinitive docere.  

14.  Pater putat matrem docere.  Dad thinks that mom is teaching.

I would love to think there were no mistakes in Visual Latin at all.  But, when you write a 500 page manual in another language, you are bound to make a few.

If you spot any more mistakes, please let me know!