To that end, the lectures track exactly with the chapters of the textbook. This will give you "context sensitive" help when you need it.
You will not find answers to the exercises or anything that is copyright protected by the publisher of the Wheelock book. To get any benefit from these lectures, you must have the Wheelock text.
A typical college-level class will cover chapters 16-30 in the first semester; a high school class will cover them in the second year. Best of luck to you! -bl
We continue our work through the venerable Wheelock Latin text, Chapters 16-30, which is roughly the second semester of a college-level class, or a second year in high school.
I've created a series of lectures and downloadable study forms to help you keep on track.
You'll find nothing on this site that violates any of Wheelock's copyrighted materials, and that includes an answer key.
If you'd like to join one of my online classes of elementary to intermediate Latin, do contact me and we'll see what we can do to get you in.
Dr. Lugosch taught all areas of classical studies at the undergraduate and graduate level, and published scholarly articles on Sophocles, Plato, Aristotle, and Homer. Recently retired, Dr. Lugosch still leads small private tours to Italy, Greece, Turkey and France that explore artifacts of classical antiquity.
These lectures help support his money-losing hobby farm in Kentucky where he raises organic pigs, grass fed beef, pastured chickens, Californian rabbits, and all manner of vegetables.