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- Textkit Zealot
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OK, 25 years ago I used M&F in a year long course. I didn't do any Latin after that course. I recently picked up Wheelock and was going to start to go through it seriously on my own. But I read the rant about Wheelock that an M&F partisan had posted and I thought OK I'll use M&F. But then I heard that there is no answer key! Whoa! I had just worked through EVERY problem in Mastronarde's Attic Greek and I would have been lost without an answer key. So what am I supposed to do? M&F sounds like my kinda book. I loved Mastronarde and M&F sounds equally impressive. But no answer key?? I may have to use Wheelock! Posting answers to exercises is not a solution for me. Occasionally of course, but not every day.
- Jeff Tirey
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- Location: Strongsville, Ohio
answers keys are good reminders of how little we have learned. I think if you're an independent learner you need some way to check and measure your progress.