1) Click on the Subscribe to Posts Link above and to the left in order to receive updates from this blog. I suggest Google Reader, but any equivalent service will do. If you haven't been using a feed reader, now is the time to enter the 21st century.
2) Look up the answer to the following questions. Post your answers as comments to this post. Include your name or initials.
A) What is the weather forecast for our area tomorrow (in Latin)?
C) What is the Latin name for the large crane flies out and about this time of year? What do they eat? (answer in Latin.)
B) Find a map of the Roman Empire which identifies both Gaul and Phoenicia. Provide me with the link.
D) One of the Holy Father's best encyclicals is Spe Salvi. Give me the full first sentence of this work in Latin.
E) Give me a link to a podcast where I can listen to current news reports in the Latin Language.
F) On Sunday, Fr. James Smith blessed the Motorcycles at Cook's Corner. Translate the preceding sentence into Latin. (Optional: cf. http://www.ocregister.com/articles/motorcycles-blessing-riders-2389753-people-catholic)G) There exist several free computer programs for Latin translation. Find a link to one which can be installed on a computer, and which does not require internet access to work.
H) Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar (find the link on this page) is the classic, and still possibly the best, Latin Grammar in English. Find his rules for the formation of adverbs. (Hint: 214: Adverbs are regularly formed from Adjectives as follows:)