As students continue to expand their Latin vocabulary, they will learn to use the fourth and fifth declensions, compare adjectives and adverbs, and apply infinitives. They will also receive an introduction to the subjunctive mood. Through translation, students will learn about the Roman gods and the legendary and real heroes of the Roman Empire. The study of Latin will also improve English vocabulary. This is the third course in a four-part Latin series (LATIN 041, 043, 051, and 053) and is a continuation of First-Year Latin, Part 2 (LATIN 043).

Course Details

First-Year Latin, Part 2 (LATIN 043) or equivalent
Course Outline
Unit 1: Fourth Declension and Demonstratives
Unit 2: Demonstrative idem and Intensive ipse
Unit 3: Fifth Declension and Participles
Unit 4: Infinitives
Unit 5: Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs
Unit 6: Comparison of Irregular Adjectives: Reflexive Pronouns
Unit 7: Hortatory, Iussive, and Purpose (Present and Imperfect Tenses)
Unit 8: Irregular fero, Result Clauses, and Ablative of Degree of Difference
Amazon* Library
Latin For Americans Book One- 8th Edition (Required)
by: Ullman
ISBN: 9780026409124
1997 Glencoe/McGraw-Hill
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Latin for Americans, Second Book (English and Latin Edition) (Required)
by: Ullman
ISBN: 978-0026409131
2002 Glencoe/McGraw-Hill School Pub
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