Latin for Beginners
The course consists of the following 12 units:
- Verbs, plural forms and prepositions
- Possession (genitive case), position of the genitive and methods of translating longer sentences
- Adverbs, nouns and gender.
- The Imperative, pronouns and abbreviations
- Adjectives, perfect tense and conjunctions
- Sentences and clauses, double direct questions and work on extracts from Latin authors
- The future indicative, adjectives of the second class and reflexive pronouns.
- Adverbial clauses of cause, time and condition, contracted forms and methods of expressing comparison
- The ablative of manner, the accusative of age and the infinitive as a noun
- Imperfect subjunctive active, adverbial clauses of purpose on Latin and sequence of tenses.
- Independent uses of the subjunctive
Entry Requirements: No previous knowledge required
Assignments: 12, one for each unit, and an introductory unit
Prison support Requirements: Support learners with submission of assignments
Tutor Support: Yes, for up to 18 month
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