A Visual Latin student spotted a couple of mistakes:
- In Visual Latin, lesson 16b, sentence 8: “Ovis non apud lupum in silvam est”, shouldn’t silvam be in the ablative, rather than the accusative since the wolf is in the forest?
- In Visual Latin, lesson 17c, there is the sentence – “Noe et femina ex arca exit”. Shouldn’t the ‘exit’ be in the plural since it is “Noe et femina” doing the action?
Here is my reply:
Right on both accounts! Thanks for the feedback. This really helps!