I've got a rookie Latin question for you. I'm working my way through the optional exercises in the sixth edition of Wheelock's Latin and have come across a problem. I was doing question 18 from chapter five which reads: "Malos igitur in patria nostra superabimus." (Sorry, I don't know how to include the proper markings). I translated this as: "Therefore, we shall overcome the evil in our country." However, the answer key says that the proper translation is: "Therefore, we shall overcome evil men in our country." My question is this, where do the "men" come from?