Latin’s four conjugations are normally taught through a one-drop-in-the-bucket technique. However, not all students learn best this way. Learn how to conjugate Latin verbs properly by taking a different approach.
Self-learning Latin can be a difficult task for English speakers. Learn whether this comprehensive guide can help you work through some of Latin’s rough spots.
Learn about the Workbook that accompanies Wheelock’s Latin language program and whether self-learners of the language will benefit from using it.
Although Wheelock’s Latin language program is used in many schools and institutions of higher learning, this program also serves as a resource for self-learners. See if you can really learn Latin on your own.
501 Latin Verbs is an indispensible tool for any student of Latin. Learn how this book can help high school, college, and even self-learners of Latin cope with complicated Latin verb constructions.
Often, the literal translations of university Latin mottos into English do not match the official translation offered by the university. Learn whether the two official translations of these two universities match up with a literal Classical Latin to English translation.
Latin cardinal numerals are quite simply once the Latin student understands the conventions used to form and decline Roman numbers. Learn how to decline the first three cardinal numerals in Latin and how to use them in proper Latin grammar.
Discover whether the official Latin motto translations offered by these universities, the University of Kansas and the University of Missouri, coincides with a literal translation into English.
This article compares the literal Latin to English translations of Columbia University’s and the College of Mount Saint Vincent’s Latin mottos with the official translations offered by these institutions.
Students of Latin have a particularly difficult road ahead of them on the way to mastery of the language. Learn how to avoid the most common mistakes made by Latin students.