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    4th Form, Unit 2 test

    2 questions:

    My daughter has a question about the principle parts of cerno, cernere (to distinguish). In some places, it is listed with two pp (unit 2 review in the textbook, and unit 2 test answer key) and some places has it listed with 3 pp (textbook lesson 12, the flashcard, and vocabulary page 175). Which is correct?

    In the Lectio of the Unit II test, the second to last sentence has the phrase "non servatae erant." The answer key says this is translated as "are not kept." She thinks it should be "had not been kept." Is that right?

    Thank you for your help!
    AngelaA
    Eight kids ages 16 - infant, +Rosamaria+
    Cores for 2016/17 - some 10M, most of 8M, 6M, 4A

    "Our hearts are restless until they rest in Him."

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    Re: 4th Form, Unit 2 test

    Originally posted by AngelaA View Post
    2 questions:

    My daughter has a question about the principle parts of cerno, cernere (to distinguish). In some places, it is listed with two pp (unit 2 review in the textbook, and unit 2 test answer key) and some places has it listed with 3 pp (textbook lesson 12, the flashcard, and vocabulary page 175). Which is correct?

    In the Lectio of the Unit II test, the second to last sentence has the phrase "non servatae erant." The answer key says this is translated as "are not kept." She thinks it should be "had not been kept." Is that right?

    Thank you for your help!
    AngelaA
    Technically, both versions of cerno's principal parts are correct. Henle only teaches the first two, but the 3rd (crevi) does exist. For consistency with Henle, use the version with two principal parts.

    For the Unit II Lectio, your daughter is correct. Thanks!
    Michael
    Memoria Press

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      Re: 4th Form, Unit 2 test

      Thank you for your help!

      AngelaA
      Eight kids ages 16 - infant, +Rosamaria+
      Cores for 2016/17 - some 10M, most of 8M, 6M, 4A

      "Our hearts are restless until they rest in Him."

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