I'm going through the "Wheelock Vocab (Complete)" set, which is pretty good (I appreciate the macrons). I studied Wheelock several years ago, so this is a review for me.
My main problem is that some nouns have gender at the end (f., m., or n.), but some don't. The problem is that to pass the typing tests, I have to remember which nouns have gender info and which don't, otherwise I'm marked incorrect. Since I have previously learned the material, mostly I find myself memorizing whether the gender info is included for a noun!
To resolve this, I think all nouns should have gender information included. The format that they use (and this needs to be consistent to pass the typing tests) is as follows:
singular form + comma + space + plural form + comma + space + (m/f/n) + period
(The period is optional in the typing tests right now, which is good).
Here is an example:
patria, patriae, f.
Any comments? How can I make this happen?