AFTER-CHRISTMAS REVISION FOR THIS THURDSDAY’S TRANSLATION TEST

GENERAL LANGUAGE REVISION QUESTION 1: Do you Remember the main functions of the NOMINATIVE CASE a. b. c. QUESTION 2: In the sentence MARCUS SERVOS HABET: Which CASE and syntactic FUNCTION is SERVOS?   QUESTION 3: the preposition IN (as the majority of the prepositions in Latin) is followed by WHICH CASES? QUESTION 4. List … More AFTER-CHRISTMAS REVISION FOR THIS THURDSDAY’S TRANSLATION TEST

SECOND DECLENSION NOUNS: NOUNS IN -US, “Dominus-i” (MASCULINE) AND -UM, “Templum, -i”(NEUTER)

2nd  DECLENSION NOUNS 1.  The second declension is formed by MASCULINE nouns whose nominative finishes in -US (Dominus, Marcus, portus, amicus). 2. However, this declension has some nouns finishing in -us that are FEMININE, the majority nouns of trees (Quercus, pinus, fagus, Populus), and others, like DOMUS (house): this is: they are nouns with MASCULINE … More SECOND DECLENSION NOUNS: NOUNS IN -US, “Dominus-i” (MASCULINE) AND -UM, “Templum, -i”(NEUTER)

A DAY IN THE THEATER: THE GRECO-ROMAN FESTIVAL OF CLASSICAL THEATER OF ITALICA

A DAY IN THE GRECO-ROMAN FESTIVAL OF CLASSICAL THEATER OF ITALICA, SANTIPONCE    Yesterday, April 5th, the students of Latin language and Classical Culture of our school Highlands attended to the GRECO-ROMAN FESTIVAL OF CLASSICAL THEATER OF ITALICA, SANTIPONCE.    The festival takes place every year in the recently refurbished Roman theater of Santiponce, which once … More A DAY IN THE THEATER: THE GRECO-ROMAN FESTIVAL OF CLASSICAL THEATER OF ITALICA

3rd DECLENSION NOUNS FINISHED IN CONSONANT

OMINATIVE FORM 3rd DECLENSION NOUNS FINISHED IN CONSONANT Dear students:    We have started a new unit in Latin: the 3rd declension. Learning this declension means that you will be able to translate original Latin sentences taken from real Roman writers because this declension contains a high number of latin words. Thus, we’ll be able … More 3rd DECLENSION NOUNS FINISHED IN CONSONANT