Latin III (First Semester)
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Latin III (First Semester)

This course covers the grammar of the third year of Latin for homeschoolers.
5.0 (3 ratings)
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Created by Mr. Cedric Ebiner
Last updated 1/2016
English
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Includes:
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • 18 Articles
  • 4 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Understand the intricacies of Latin grammar
  • Read/Translate adapted texts of Latin authors
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Requirements
  • The equivalent of Henle's "Latiin First Year"
Description

This is the first part of Latin III using Fr. Robert Henle, S.J. "Latin Second Year" textbook.

Students who have finished the "Latin First Year" successfully are qualified for this course.

This section covers the end of the grammar necessary to know before translating Julius Caesar. Part two of this course will cover a selection of passages of the Gallic campaigns between 58 and 52 BC.

Who is the target audience?
  • Students who have had one (intense) year of Latin
  • Students who have had two (more relaxed) years of Latin
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Curriculum For This Course
71 Lectures
02:50:03
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Start Here
2 Lectures 04:54
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Lesson 16 p. 390
8 Lectures 16:21


Positive Adverbs
03:06

Irregular Positive Adverbs
02:34

Comparative Adverbs
01:17

Superlative Adverbs
02:25

Exceptional Adverbs
00:53

Lesson 16 Exercises
00:12
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Lesson 17 p. 395
5 Lectures 16:17
Vocabulary
02:28

Irregular Adjectives
02:49

Roman Numerals
07:19

Latin Numbers
03:34

Lesson 17 Exercises
00:07
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Lesson 18
5 Lectures 24:15
Vocabulary
03:35

The Irregular Verb FERO: Indicative Active
06:17

The Intensive Pronoun/Adjective IPSE
04:38

The Perfect Passive Participle
09:35

Lesson 18 Exercises
00:10
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Lesson 19
4 Lectures 15:00
Vocabulary
04:31

The Irregular Verb POSSUM
03:44

The Infinitive as a Noun
06:23

Lesson 19 Exercises
00:22
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Lesson 20
6 Lectures 15:22
Vocabulary
05:48

Perfect Infinitive
01:29

Future Infinitive
01:10

The Accusative with the Infinitive
03:02

Accusative with the infinitive (part 2)
03:41

Lesson 20 Exercises
00:12
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Lesson 21
3 Lectures 05:48
The Ablative Absolute
03:00

The Interrogative Adjectives
02:41

Lesson 21 Exercises
00:07
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Lesson 22
4 Lectures 11:06
Vocabulary
02:11

The Present Participle Active
05:17

The Ablative Absolute (II)
03:29

Lesson 22 Exercises
00:09
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Lesson 23
4 Lectures 06:17
Vocabulary
02:29

The Irregular Verb VOLO
02:15

Temporal Clauses
01:30

Lesson 23 Exercises
00:03
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Lesson 24
3 Lectures 04:15
Voacbulary
01:39

The Irregular Verb FIO
02:33

Lesson 24 Exercises
00:03
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About the Instructor
Mr. Cedric Ebiner
4.8 Average rating
26 Reviews
574 Students
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Language Instructor

I am a French-speaking Swiss native born in Lausanne. After completing my primary and secondary education in the homeland, I moved to Southern California for college. I attended Cal Poly Pomona and got hired at Loyola High School after graduation. I have been working at this college prep school since 1998 as a French and Latin instructor.

A little bit over ten years ago, we started homeschooling our children and I quickly became aware of the need for Latin instructors in this field. I began teaching children who are homeschooled and had a great time doing this in person. Due to professional schedule changes I have had to consider new avenue to teach my homeschoolers. That is why I am now on Udemy.

Learning a language not only open possibilities to engage with people from different parts of the world but it also open one's mind like not many other experiences.

I hope you enjoy my classes.