CLAS 101L: Latin 1
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)
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)
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.
John Paul Adams, CSUN