Capitulum XVIII- Litterae Latīnae

Grammar & Morphology:
  • demonstrative pronouns and adjectives: idem, eadem, idem and quisque, quaeque, quodque
  • formation of adverbs from adjectives of 1st, 2nd and 3rd declension adjectives, in positive, comparative and superlative degrees
  • numeral adverbs (quot, tot, semel, bis, ter, quater, quinquies, sexies, decies, etc)
  • passive forms of facere from fio, fieri, factus sum
  • conjunction cum
Vocabulary - vocalis, consonans, zephyrus, sententia, erus, mendum, cera, materia, apis, ferrum, epistula, calamus, charta, papyrus, merces, rarus, frequens, varius, turpis, mollis, durus, qualis, talis, impiger, iungere, coniungere, significare, legere, intellegere, scribere, dictare, comparare, exaudire, deesse, addere, corrigere, premere, efficere, animadvertere, superesse, delere, signare, imprimere, sic, ita, adverbium
Culture – more about school: spelling and writing

outline:
vocabulary:
exercitia (at least the ones I've converted):

Versions of the exercitia at Quia (grātiās doctōrī Edward Gaffney agō) under the label "Latin III"

practice test: