In this course, students will learn III, III-io, and IV conjugations; third declension and relative pronouns; and Latin vocabulary. Through translation, they will learn the stories of Aeneas and Odysseus (Ulysses). These stories are taken from Virgil’s Aeneid and Homer’s Odyssey. The study of Latin will also improve English vocabulary. This is the second course in a four-part Latin series (LATIN 041, 043, 051, and 053) and is a continuation of First-Year Latin, Part 1 (LATIN 041).

Course Details

First-Year Latin, Part 1 (LATIN 041) or equivalent
Course Outline
Unit 1: Third, Third -io, and Fourth Conjugation Future Tense and Imperfect Tense
Unit 2: Participles, Third Declension, and Passive Voice
Unit 3: Ablative of Agent, Personal Pronouns, and Future Perfect Tenses
Unit 4: Possessive Adjectives and Perfect Passive Tenses
Unit 5: Relative Pronouns and Uses of Time
Unit 6: Interrogative Pronouns, Third Declension Neuter Nouns, and Ablative of Respect
Unit 7: Participles, Ablative Absolutes, Possum, Irregular Adjectives
Unit 8: Third Declension I- Stem Nouns and Third Declension Adjectives
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Latin For Americans Book One- 8th Edition (Required)
by: Ullman
ISBN: 9780026409124
1997 Glencoe/McGraw-Hill
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