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Latin Conjugation Charts — Ben Crowder

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Latin Conjugation Charts 1st Conjugation Chart (PDF) 2nd Conjugation Chart (PDF) 3rd Conjugation Chart (PDF) 3rd i-stem Conjugation Chart (PDF) 4th Conjugation Chart (PDF) About the chart Shows the main [...]...

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The Pluperfect Passive

The passive voice of the pluperfect tense seems to be a careful combination of the perfect passive and the pluperfect active. It's quick, easy, and painless,...
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What Declension and Gender Are These? Game - Play Fun Trivia Quiz

Take the Quiz: What Declension and Gender Are These?. This is a simple quiz for Latin 1 and Latin 2 students. Have fun! - trivia quiz game.
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The Imperfect Passive

If you know the imperfect active, then the passive will be a cinch. All you need to do is trade the active endings for passive ones (-r, -ris, -tur, etc.), a...
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Latin Participles Game Jeopardy Template

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, How does the present active participle translate?, What principle part forms the present active participle?, What declension are the endings added to a present active participle?, What infix tips off a present active participle?
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Modern-Day Latin Coinages (Clickable)

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Can you pick the English translations of these modern-day Latin terms, coined by the Vatican? - a quiz by survivor
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What if Carthage Replaced Rome?

Rome laid the groundwork for the European continent. What if it was defeated during the Punic Wars by Carthage? What would Carthage have done in its place? H...
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The Christian Catacombs of ancient Rome in San Castillo (Italy)

PLEASE SUBSCRIBE! Let's go inside the world's biggest Christian catacombs where over half a million people were buried between the first and the end of the f...
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A Short History of the Modern Calendar

Friend me on Facebook! http://on.fb.me/gCSs8F Get some calendars yo http://amzn.to/z9IK6g SOURCES: http://www.obliquity.com/calendar/ http://www.exovedate.co...
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Why Study Latin? (1951)

This film explains and illustrates some of the more important reasons for studying Latin. Both the teacher and the students explain to an invisible narrator ...
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Latin Reflexives: sē and suus, -a, -um

This video introduces the Latin reflexive pronoun and possessive adjective.
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The Future Perfect Passive

By the end of this video, you will have been taught the future perfect passive. This tense formation as similar to the pluperfect passive as it is not used i...
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The Future Passive

The future passive may not be the most popular, or even the easiest, of all the tenses, but that shouldn't diminish its importance. By learning about the fut...
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Latin: the three degrees of adjectives, part I SpeedMatch Review Game

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What Are Nouns?

Nouns can be people, places, things, concepts, quantities, and many other things. So why not define a noun by its role in the sentence, rather than just by n...
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