Latin 2 introduces all of the verb tenses in Latin, several very useful pronouns, and various noun and adjective forms that add to the knowledge of fundamentals. The course systematically reviews the grammar and vocabulary learned in Latin 1 throughout the year, leaving room for learning more complicated syntactical structures. The course is enhanced by a variety of interesting and fun readings adapted from Roman literature. The readings range from Classical Roman authors Such a variety of readings allow for discussion of not only the mechanics of Latin as a language, but also very interesting philosophical and literary questions, such as morality and theft, the human good, and (via mythology and poetry) love. Important cultural and historical events in Roman history and society are also discussed. Honor students will work towards cumulative midterms and finals while expanding their depth of understanding.
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