Okay, i have to work on 2 exercises and give them a "Roman Numeral Analysis" in correlation to their spot on the chord scale. here is my teachers example. this one i understand. starts out in Am, goes to a Dm then an E7 to a Am. Then Am goes to its relative minor of C Major, going to G, C, then to B (the V of V in Am, i think thats called a secondary function?...), then to E. sorry that this one is a bit hard to read. i know that this exercise is either in G Major or Em, but im not sure which one. If i were to say Em, then goes to a I,IV,VI, but then it gets to the B. There is no ****ing B minor in a E minor scale. What am I supposed to do. The same thing happens if I start in G Major, i get stuck somewhere because one of the chords does not exist in the chord scale. Last one. I think i did this one correctly. Right? Someone please help me out, i would really really appreciate it!