Wiley's Real Latin

Wiley's Real Latin

Learning Latin From the Source

eBook - 2013
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This innovative guide to the Latin language, written for a new generation of students, deploys examples and translation exercises taken exclusively from the Classical Latin canon. Translation exercises use real Latin from a variety of sources, including political speeches, letters, history, poetry, and plays, and from a range of authors, including Julius Caesar, Cicero, Virgil, Catullus, Ovid, and Plautus, among othersOffers a variety of engaging, informative pedagogical features to help students practice and contextualize lessons in the main narrativePrepares s.
Publisher: Hoboken, New Jersey :, John Wiley & Sons,, 2013.
ISBN: 9781118561850
1118561856
Characteristics: 1 online resource.
Additional Contributors: Belcher, Kenneth - Author
Alternative Title: Real Latin
Contents: 5.1 Fourth and Fifth Declension Nouns5.1.1 Fourth Declension; 5.1.2 Fifth Declension; 5.2 Fourth and Mixed Conjugations: Present and Imperfect Indicative Active; 5.2.1 Fourth Conjugation; 5.2.2 Mixed Conjugation; 5.3 Future Indicative Active; 5.3.1 First and Second Conjugations; 5.3.2 Third, Fourth, and Mixed Conjugations; 5.3.3 Irregular Verbs: Sum, Esse; Possum, Posse; 5.4 Uses of the Cases; 5.4.1 Adverbial Accusative; Translation from Latin; Translation into Latin; Vocabulary to Learn; Vocabulary Specifically for Chapter 5 Passages; Chapter 6; 6.1 Perfect Indicative Active.
Vocabulary to LearnVocabulary Specifically for Chapter 3 Passages; Chapter 4; 4.1 Third Declension Nouns; 4.1.1 Masculine Nouns of the Third Declension; 4.1.2 Feminine Nouns of the Third Declension; 4.1.3 Neuter Nouns of the Third Declension; 4.1.4 Basic Rules of Declension; 4.1.5 Adjectives with Third Declension Nouns; 4.1.6 Third Declension i-Stem Nouns; 4.1.7 Third Declension Adjectives; 4.2 Uses of the Cases; 4.2.1 Dative of Possessor; Translation from Latin; Translation into Latin; Vocabulary to Learn; Vocabulary Specifically for Chapter 4 Passages; Chapter 5.
2.5 Demonstrative Pronoun: Is, Ea, IdTranslation from Latin; Translation into Latin; Vocabulary to Learn; Vocabulary Specifically for Chapter 2 Passages; Chapter 3; 3.1 Direct Questions; 3.1.1 Interrogative Pronoun: Quis?, Quid?; 3.1.2 Interrogative Adjective; 3.2 Personal Pronouns; 3.2.1 First Person; 3.2.2 Second Person; 3.3 Demonstrative Pronoun: Ille, Illa, Illud; 3.4 Third Conjugation; 3.4.1 Present and Imperfect Indicative Active; 3.5 Negatives; 3.6 Uses of the Cases; 3.6.1 Partitive Genitive; 3.6.2 Subjective and Objective Genitive; Translation from Latin; Translation into Latin.
1.5 Prepositions1.6 Adverbs; 1.7 Conjunctions; Vocabulary to Learn; Review: Chapter 1; Chapter 2; 2.1 Second Declension Nouns; 2.1.1 Second Declension Nouns in -us; 2.1.2 Second Declension Nouns in -er; -r; 2.1.3 Second Declension Neuter Nouns; 2.2 Adjectives; 2.2.1 Adjectives of the First/Second Declension; 2.2.2 Agreement of Adjectives with Nouns; 2.2.3 Adjectives and Pronouns Used as Nouns; 2.3 Second Conjugation: Present Indicative Active; 2.4 Imperfect Indicative Active; 2.4.1 First Conjugation; 2.4.2 Second Conjugation; 2.4.3 Irregular Verbs: Sum, Esse; Possum, Posse.
Cover; Title page; Copyright page; Contents; List of Illustrations; Walk-Through Tour of Features; About the Website; Preface; Introduction; 0.1 Parts of Speech; 0.1.1 Nouns; 0.1.2 Adjectives; 0.1.3 Pronouns; 0.1.4 Verbs; 0.1.5 Adverbs; 0.1.6 Prepositions; 0.1.7 Conjunctions; 0.1.8 Interjections; 0.2 The Pronunciation of Latin; 0.2.1 Consonants; 0.2.2 Vowels; 0.2.3 Diphthongs; Chapter 1; 1.1 Inflected Language; 1.2 Nouns; 1.2.1 Vocabulary Lists; 1.2.2 First Declension Nouns; 1.3 Verbs; 1.3.1 First Conjugation: Present Indicative Active; 1.3.2 Irregular Verbs; 1.4 Pronouns: HIC, HAEC, HOC.
Summary: This innovative guide to the Latin language, written for a new generation of students, deploys examples and translation exercises taken exclusively from the Classical Latin canon. Translation exercises use real Latin from a variety of sources, including political speeches, letters, history, poetry, and plays, and from a range of authors, including Julius Caesar, Cicero, Virgil, Catullus, Ovid, and Plautus, among othersOffers a variety of engaging, informative pedagogical features to help students practice and contextualize lessons in the main narrativePrepares s.

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