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Thirds, Part II: Third Conjugation Verbs

Last month, we dealt with those pesky third declension nouns. This month, we will take a look at third conjugation verbs.   For some reason, thirds are always a bit difficult in Latin. Please keep in mind that the Romans did not order declensions and conjugations;...
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The State of Classical Conversations Address, 2012

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Watch this video to hear the thoughts of Leigh Bortins, Chief Academic Officer, and Robert Bortins, Chief Executive Officer, as they share a recap of 2012 and some thoughts for 2013.     http://youtu.be/kIn4mY00Ny0
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Five Secrets to Learning Latin (or Any Other Subject) Well

The project: keep up with a group of high school Latin students for Henle Second Year. My response: challenge accepted!   The first hurdle: I had never taken Henle Latin First Year. The solution: Latin by the pool over the summer. This summer I committed to get as far...
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Quaestia et Responsa (Questions and Answers)

by Kathy
Monday, 27 August, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
To those of you who submitted Latin questions I say, "Thank you." Here are some answers to some frequently asked questions: What is the difference between the dative and the accusative plus the preposition ad? The dative is used as the indirect object with verbs of...
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Preparing for Next Year's Latin Class. . .

by Kathy
Tuesday, 26 June, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
It is time to start thinking about organizing your class materials for next year! I love the feeling of a new year—new information to learn and several trips to Staples. Here are some things I recommend beyond Henle Latin Grammar: 1. A vocabulary notebook. This is a...
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