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- 03/04/2021 at 12:29 PM #416071Miriam Gulding
when I took the lesson 1 assessment, one of the questions asked what sound the syllable “OU” made, but “OU” is not a diphthong, and I thought that diphthongs are the only syllables made out of two vowels. If this is just a typo, could it please be fixed, but if it’s only that I don’t understand something, could someone help explain? Thank you in advance for your help!! 🙂
-Miriam03/04/2021 at 2:00 PM #416105Rebecca Nuar
Hi Miriam,03/04/2021 at 2:08 PM #416116Rebecca Nuar
I’m not sure if this is a typo… since the lesson says that the diphthongs are the only double vowel combinations that can be in a single syllable, I just took it to mean how would you pronounce OU in adjacent syllables in a word…
But, I am wondering the answer to this as well. 🙂03/05/2021 at 11:44 PM #416322Dania MichaelAdmin
On the assessment, there is this question: In Classical Latin, the syllable OU is pronounced as:; the correct answer is OU in HOUSE. You had that one correct on the assessment.
Mrs. Michael03/09/2021 at 12:21 PM #416948Miriam Gulding
Hello Mrs. Michael,
I was wondering if you could help me with the assessment. I just got 46 out of 50 questions correct, and I am not sure which ones I have been getting wrong.03/09/2021 at 2:37 PM #416972Dania MichaelAdmin
Here is what you missed:
The letters are divided into vowels ___ and ____. (You simply misspelled consonants.)
Which of the following are Latin vowels?
In ecclesiastical (Christian) Latin, the syllable CE is pronounced as:
In Classical Latin, the syllable GE is pronounced as: