Could we use a synonym for contorquet, namely conicit?
Does a sentence with a question word like quomodo always have to begin with the question word? I was marked wrong for a word order issue i.e. Iuppiter quomodo fulmen contorquet ?
It makes sense that the question word will start the sentence, so that the listener knows what the question is.
Marked wrong for a word-order issue: I wrote Quomodo fulmen contorquet Iuppiter? (as if there were a discussion about different gods' hurling-the-thunderbolt techniques!).
who is luppiter
They also accept the Anglicized spelling 'Jupiter,' if I remember correctly.