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    Fourth Form Latin Lesson 23 Worksheet 2

    Section V. Form Drills, Drill B.
    The answer key says 5. oblitae erunt means "they forgot." Is this correct? It seems that it should be "they will have forgotten."

    Thanks!
    DS14, MPOA HS Comp II, mix of MP resources with substitutions, 2019-2020

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    Originally posted by plb View Post
    Section V. Form Drills, Drill B.
    The answer key says 5. oblitae erunt means "they forgot." Is this correct? It seems that it should be "they will have forgotten."

    Thanks!
    Good afternoon,

    Yes, oblitae erunt is future perfect indicative, so the correct translation is "they will have forgotten." We've actually compiled a list of known corrections which you can view here. Some of what's listed has already been fixed, but we continue to include corrected corrections for a few additional years for those with old or used copies.

    HTH!
    Michael
    Memoria Press

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