gr.9, ex. 3-- casus dativus in sententiis

Complete the suggested sentences in Latin. Use the words in the order they're given to you; this program doesn't deal well with variable word order. Don't try to mark long vowels in this exercise. Repeat this exercise until you get at least 85%. (Also, this exercise may not give you the name & other identifying info you are used to getting. Just turn in a screenshot of what you get.)
1. Why didn't he give the money to you?
cur / tu / pecunia / non / dare
Cur non dedit ?
2. Who did the banker sell the house to? (To the) barber.
quis / vendere / argentarius / villa / tonsor
vendidit argentarius ? .
3. Who did the shopkeeper sell wine to? (To) everyone.
quis / vendere / tabernarius / vinum / omnes
vendidit tabernarius ? .
4. Who did the servants carry the discuses for? (For the) citizens.
quis / servus / discus / ferre / civis
tulerunt ? .
5. The merchant showed the tunics to the gladiators.
mercator / gladiatores / tunicae / ostendere
Mercator ostendit.
6. Metella offered Marcellus twenty denarii.
Metella / Marcellus / viginti / denarius / offerre
viginti obtulit.
7. Poets recited verses to their (girl)friends.
poeta / amica / versus / recitare
recitaverunt.
8. The cook prepared an excellent dinner for the master.
cena / optimus /coquus / dominus / parare
coquus .
9. Melissa looked for a gift for Grumio.
Melissa / Grumio / donum / quaerere
Melissa .
10. The Romans handed over the Christians to the lions.
leones / Romani / Christiani / tradere
Romani tradiderunt.