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Welcome to the Department of Latin

 Please be aware there are currently three courses available here

The objective of this department is to teach Latin.

Laws of the department[edit | edit source]

  • Students please write your name in the student section
  • Teachers please write your name in the teacher section
  • DO NOT deface the department in any way
  • Help the department grow!!!
  • BE BOLD!!

Courses[edit | edit source]

Simple Latin course[edit | edit source]

This is by far the most complete course available on this site, with over 100 lessons covering most basic grammar topics.

It is aimed at a conversational style of language learning so includes many everyday terms and in some cases some neologisms. These are clearly indicated in the notes.

It is supported by two Memrise courses for vocabulary and sentence composition practice.

Old Course[edit | edit source]

  1. Latin introduction (Latin 1)
  2. Latin as used in English (Latin 2)
  3. Caesar's chronicles (Latin 3)
  4. Latin conversations (Latin 4)

New Course[edit | edit source]

  1. Grammar & Getting Started

Plans for the department[edit | edit source]

Future plans for the department include a brand new Latin course building upon the old one coming in the next few months shown in the links above. In the mean time aspects of the old course will still be available for all to access.

Students[edit | edit source]

Old Course[edit | edit source]

Katherine Walker, Glenmark Villanueva, Aidan Karl Athendorus Devaney, Geethanjana Wanigasekara, Charles Fisher, Davinder K Joan E, Lisbeth L. Annalisa O.D., George Chemmala Dorothy Grace, H. Kim

New Course[edit | edit source]

There are currently no students taking the New Course

Teachers[edit | edit source]

Old Course[edit | edit source]

There are currently no teachers for the old course.

New Course[edit | edit source]

Zac Copeland-Greene

See also[edit | edit source]

External links[edit | edit source]