Wheelocks Latin Chapters 115 Lectures

Help for beginning students using the venerable Wheelock grammar book.
Wheelocks Latin Chapters 115 Lectures
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1.29 GB
Total length :
17h 30m

Instructor

Ben Lugosch

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Last update

Last updated 9/2020

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4.3/5

Wheelocks Latin Chapters 115 Lectures

What you’ll learn

A thorough mastery of elementary Latin grammar
Additional insight into English grammar and vocabulary

Wheelocks Latin Chapters 115 Lectures

Requirements

The Wheelock textbook (6th or 7th edition)

Description

Welcome to the bestselling Latin course on Udemy!Over the years of teaching Latin from the excellent and justly renowned textbook “Wheelock’s Latin,” I have created a series of lectures designed to help students to learn Latin online and get the most of this magnificent book. In them you will find guidance to some of the more perplexing concepts of grammar — English and Latin — that often comprise an insuperable barrier to progressing in Latin for modern-day students.My lectures therefore have double-duty. They review the concepts of English grammar when you need them, and theyu help you understand how they can be applied to Latin grammar. You’ll also find guidance to the extremely useful self-tutorial exercises in the back of the Wheelock book for each chapter. Finally, I provide a complete description of how the sound of classical, silver-age Latin by modern academia.The lectures will not replace the Wheelock text. They will only, I hope, make your on-ramp smoother. To that end, the lectures track exactly with the chapters of the textbook. This will give you context sensitive help when you need it.You will not find answers to the exercises or anything that is copyright protected by the publisher of the Wheelock book. To get any benefit from these lectures, you must have the Wheelock text.When you’ve completed the series on the Wheelock, you may wish to check out my detailed readings and discussion of the revered Fabulae Faciles, a set of graded readers designed to help readers move from elementary Latin grammar to intermediate prose.Finally, I also have two complete classes on the texts used by the American AP Latin exams. They’ll be very useful for student preparing for the exams, or for advanced readers who wish to start in on Vergil’s Aeneid and Caesar’s Gallic Wars.Best of luck to you!-bl              -bl

Overview

Section 1: First Things

Lecture 1 Notes on the Sound of Classical Latin

Lecture 2 Adding Long Marks over Vowels in Word Quickly

Lecture 3 How to Learn Latin (or anything else!)

Section 2: Chapter 1: The Basics of Verbs; The First Conjugation

Lecture 4 Class 01: 1st and 2nd Conjugation Verbs (1 of 2)

Lecture 5 Chapter 01: 1st and 2nd Conjugation Verbs (2 of 2)

Lecture 6 Chapter 01: Additional Review of Verbs (if you think you need it)

Lecture 7 Chapter 01 : Review Sheet for Forms and Concepts

Lecture 8 Chpater 01 : Self-Tutorial Sentences Read Aloud

Lecture 9 Class 6 Discussion of Self-Tutorial Exercise

Section 3: Chapter 2: Nouns, Cases, and the First Declension

Lecture 10 Class 1: Cases and the First Declension

Lecture 11 Class 2: Review Sheet

Lecture 12 Class 4: Self-Tutorial Exercises Discussed

Lecture 13 Class 5: Self-Tutorial Sentences Read for You

Section 4: Chapter 3: The Second Declension; More about Adjectives; Apposition; a Note about Word Order

Lecture 14 Class 1: Second Declension

Lecture 15 Class 2: More about Adjectives

Lecture 16 Class 3: Review of New Material

Lecture 17 Class 4: Review Sheet

Lecture 18 Class 5: Vocabulary Sheet

Lecture 19 Class 6: Discussion of Self-Tutorial Exercises

Lecture 20 Class 7: Self-Tutorial Sentences Read

Section 5: Chapter 4: Second Declension Neuters; Adjectives; Present of Sum; Predicate Nominatives; Substantives

Lecture 21 Class 1: Second Declension Neuters

Lecture 22 Class 2: The Verb “To be” Conjugated

Lecture 23 Class 3: “To Be”

Lecture 24 Class 4: Substantival Use of Adjectives

Lecture 25 Class 5: Review Sheet

Lecture 26 Class 6: Vocabulary Sheet

Lecture 27 Chapter 04: Self-Tutorial Discussion

Lecture 28 Chapter 04: Self-Tutorial Sentences Read

Section 6: Chapter 5: First and Second Conjugations: Future and Imperfect; Adjectives in – er

Lecture 29 Class 1: Future and Imperfect Tenses

Lecture 30 Class 2: Adjectives in -er

Lecture 31 Class 3: Review Sheet

Lecture 32 Class 4: Vocabulary Sheet

Lecture 33 Chapter 05: Self-Tutorial Discussion

Lecture 34 Chapter 05: Self-Tutorial Sentences Read

Section 7: Chapter 6: Sum and Possum; Complementary Infinitive

Lecture 35 Class 1: Sum, Possum, and Complements

Lecture 36 Class 2: Review Sheet

Lecture 37 Class 3: Vocabulary Sheet

Lecture 38 Chapter 06: Self-Tutorial Discussion

Lecture 39 Chapter 06: Self-Tutorial Sentences Read

Section 8: Chapter 7: Third Declension Nouns

Lecture 40 Class 1: Third Declension Nouns

Lecture 41 Class 2: Review Sheet

Lecture 42 Class 3: Vocabulary Sheet

Lecture 43 Chapter 07: Self-Tutorial Discussion

Lecture 44 Chapter 07: Self-Tutorial Sentences Read

Section 9: Chapter 8: Third Conjugation: Present System

Lecture 45 Class 1: Third Conjugation

Lecture 46 Class 2: Review Sheet

Lecture 47 Class 3: Vocabulary Sheet

Lecture 48 Chapter 08: Self-Tutorial Discussion

Lecture 49 Chapter 08: Self-Tutorial Sentences Read

Section 10: Chapter 9: Demonstratives Hic, Ille, Iste; Special – īus Adjectives

Lecture 50 Class 1: Demonstratives

Lecture 51 Class 2: Review Sheet

Lecture 52 Class 3: Vocabulary Sheet

Lecture 53 Chapter 09: Self-Tutorial Discussion

Lecture 54 Chapter 09: Self-Tutorial Sentences Read

Section 11: Chapter 10: Fourth Conjugation and – iō Verbs of the Third

Lecture 55 Class 1: Fourth and Third i-stem Conjugations

Lecture 56 Class 2: Review Sheet

Lecture 57 Class 3: Vocabulary Sheet

Lecture 58 Chapter 10: Self-Tutorial Discussion

Lecture 59 Chapter 10: Self-Tutorial Sentences Read

Section 12: Chapter 11: Personal Pronouns and idem, eadem, idem

Lecture 60 Class 1: Personal Pronouns

Lecture 61 Class 2: Review Sheet

Lecture 62 Class 3: Vocabulary Sheet

Lecture 63 Chapter 11: Self-Tutorial Discussion

Lecture 64 Chapter 11: Self-Tutorial Sentences Read

Section 13: Chapter 12: Perfect System (Active)

Lecture 65 Class 1: Perfect System Active

Lecture 66 Class 2: Verb Synopsis

Lecture 67 Class 3: Review Sheet

Lecture 68 Class 4: Vocabulary Sheet

Lecture 69 Class 5: Synopsis Sheet for Download

Lecture 70 Chapter 12: Self-Tutorial Discussion

Lecture 71 Chapter 12: Self-Tutorial Sentences Read

Section 14: Chapter 13: Reflexive Pronouns and Reflexive Possessive Adjectives

Lecture 72 Class 1: Reflexives

Lecture 73 Class 2: Review Sheet

Lecture 74 Class 3: Vocabulary Sheet

Lecture 75 Chapter 13: Self-Tutorial Sentences Read

Section 15: Chapter 14: Third Declension i-stem Nouns; Ablative of Manner and Means

Lecture 76 Class 1: Third Declension i-stem and Ablatives

Lecture 77 Class 2: Review Sheet

Lecture 78 Class 3: Vocabulary Sheet

Lecture 79 Chapter 14: Self-Tutorial Discussion

Lecture 80 Chapter 14: Self-Tutorial Sentences Read

Section 16: Chapter 15: Ordinal and Cardinal Numbers; Genitive of the Whole; Ablative of Time

Lecture 81 Class 1: Numbers

Lecture 82 Class 2: Review Sheet

Lecture 83 Class 3: Vocabulary Sheet

Lecture 84 Chapter 15: Self-Tutorial Discussion

Lecture 85 Chapter 15: Self-Tutorial Sentences Read

Section 17: Course Summary and Review

Lecture 86 What and How to Review

Lecture 87 Chapters 1-15 Study Book

Lecture 88 Final Exam!

Autodidacts and/or homeschoolers,College or high school students in a traditional academic setting who need a little extra help.,Students in a traditional academic setting who need a little extra help

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Created by: Ben Lugosch

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