Thursday, October 3, 2013

Second Form Latin - October 3 update

Today's lesson focused on two elements of Latin grammar.  The first one is 3rd declension -i stem nouns (looking at them in both genders) - and the rules that go with determining if they are -i stems or exceptions.  Secondly, we talked about the genitive case.  The genitive case is used to show possession in Latin. 

  • Review the grammar and vocabulary! 
  • Re-read the text book pages 18-19 
  • Workbook pages 20-23 
  • Notecards + derivatives 
  • Create an English sentence with a subject and verb and at least 1 genitive, a dative, an adjective, and an accusative.  Translate into Latin 
  • Review, review, review!

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