Why is it 'ludo' and not 'ludum'?
For in, you use the ablative form of noun. 'In' + 'Abl. Noun'
Ludum - Accusative sing.
Ludo - Ablative sing.
Hope this helps.
Because he's in the school, not into the school.
I wrote placidus and it was marked wrong. Is that right? What is the difference between placidus and tacitus?
Placidus = calm
Tacitus = quiet
Ce sont des synonymes...