CLAS 101L: Latin 1

 

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FIRST-YEAR LATIN HELPS - HANDOUTS:

 

CLASS PRESENTATIONS (Please read at once.).

Definitions: an Index

First Conjugation [D. Camden]

The Idea of Case in Latin (St. Louis University, Claude Pavur)

First Declension Endings (St. Louis University)

Masculine Nouns of the First Declension

Advice for Learning Vocabulary (St. Louis University)

Translating from Latin to English: some very basic steps.

Second Declension Endings: -us/-er words(St. Louis University)

Second Declension Endings: -um words (St. Louis University)

Wheelock Vocabulary Grid (6th ed.) Chapters 1-10 (St. Louis University)

Words easily confused, I: words beginning VI-

SUM and POSSUM Present, Imperfect, Future

The Nine Irregular Adjectives (fully declined)

Summary of the Genitive Case.

Principal Parts of Verbs Wheelock, Ch. 1-13.

Third Declension Endings: feminine / masculine words (St. Louis University)

Third Declension Endings: Neuter Words

Words easily confused, II: words beginning MOR-

Meanings and cases of Prepositions.

Roman Numbers (Wheelock, Ch. 15).

Words easily confused, III: words beginning SOL-

Words easily confused, IV: AUDEO/AUDIO, CAPIO/CUPIO

Latin Nouns: summary of declensions.

 

 

October 20, 2013 11:57 AM

John Paul Adams, CSUN
john.p.adams@csun.edu

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