Latin II

Building on your knowledge of Latin grammar and vocabulary, you will also explore Roman engineering, art, commerce, and its system of laws to demonstrate the flexibility of the language.

Major Concepts:

  • Review of Latin I grammar and vocabulary
  • Latin Vocabulary and English Derivatives
  • Third Declension, masculine, feminine, neuter
  • Characteristics of Epic Poetry
  • The Odyssey
  • Relative Pronouns
  • Interrogative Pronouns
  • Third Declension “-i” stems
  • The Compound of Possum and Review of Sum
  • Third Declension Adjectives
  • Demonstrative Pronouns/Adjectives
  • Intensive Pronouns/Adjectives
  • People, Roles, Laws of the Period of the Monarchy
  • Historical Readings and Translations
  • Ablative Absolute and Future Participles
  • Reflexive Pronouns and Adjectives
  • Fourth and Fifth Declensions
  • Latin Vocabulary and English Derivatives
  • Present, Perfect, and Future Participles
  • Historical Discussions
  • Roman Provinces
  • Famous Historical Quotes
  • People, Places, Events of the Republican Period
  • Life of Julius Caesar
  • Present, Perfect, and Future Infinitives
  • Roman Army, Great Battles: Alesia, Philippi, Pharsalus, Zama and Actium
  • Heroic Figures of the Republic: Cincinnatus, Regulus
  • Mottoes and Abbreviations
  • People, Places, and Events of the Empire
  • Fall of the Roman Empire
  • Historical Timeline
  • Indirect Statement
  • Mythology: Overview and Stories in English and Latin
  • Mythology Vocabulary
  • Comparison of Adjectives: regular, irregular and -er
  • Comparison of Adverbs
  • Community Mythology Survey
  • Optional comprehension review of the entire course
S.No.Program NameFee ComponentAmount (USD)Description
1.RegularCourse Fee$ 400To be paid by the student at the time of Registration.

Grade Level

  Grade 9, 10, 11, 12

Duration

  Annual

Requirements

Microphone and speaker, or headset.

Prerequisites

Latin I

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