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Poolside Latin, Anyone? Summer Studies

In Classical Conversations, we often speak of the wonderful fruit of restoring the education of two generations of students—the education of the students who are in Classical Conversations and also the education of their parents. What does this mean? If we want our...
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How to Study Latin Vocabulary and Why It Is Important

by Kathy
Monday, 07 May, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
Thoroughly studying your Latin vocabulary is the single most important thing you and your student can do to make sure you receive the greatest benefit from your Latin studies. Since 52.6% of English words—and 90% of words that contain two or more syllables—come from...
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Why Classical Conversations Students Should Be Well Prepared for the New Advanced Placement Latin Exam

by Kathy
Tuesday, 27 March, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
For the 2012-2013 school year and for the first time, the Advanced Placement Latin Exam is going to include the works of Julius Caesar. In the past, there were two Latin exams: AP Vergil and AP Latin Literature (Catullus and Ovid, Cicero or Horace). In 2009, the AP...
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Latin Pronouns: It is sad that the Romans did not have a computer that could bold!

I hope that everyone is enjoying this school year. I thought that I would spend a few months talking about Latin parts of speech (if you have an article idea, please e-mail me at magistrasheppard@gmail.com).   It is always good to start with our native language. We...
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Why should my student take more than two years of Latin

The answer is not just that it looks good on a college application. Although that is a benefit, the principal reasons are much more important. I have heard people expressing nervousness concerning upper levels of Challenge and Latin. I love all facets of Latin, but...
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