Latin II

World Language
This course covers the major parts of speech, rules governing the pronunciation of classical Latin, 4th and 5th declension nouns and the inflections, usage of locative cases, formation and translation of positive, comparative, and superlative degrees of adjectives, comparative and superlative forms of the adverb, identification and translation of demonstrative pronouns and adjectives, reflexive pronouns, pronoun-antecedent agreement, interrogative and intensive pronouns, usage and translation of participles, and ablative absolute construction. This course also talks about passive voice, deponent and semi-deponent verb, the major religious festivals, names of months and days of Roman calendar, irregular verbs, infinitives, indirect statements, Roman literature and poetry, subjunctive mood, forms of entertainment, sequence of tenses, indirect questions, indirect commands, and the marriage practices of Romans. In addition, purpose clause, result clause, Romanization, rights of Romans, difference between fabricated and authentic Latin, historical figures, and the legacy of Augustus are also emphasized in this course

Level: High School

Course: Elective