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  • In Latin

    March 27,2016

    Latin For Dummies Cheat Sheet

    To get a handle on Latin, you have to study the normal language things like verb conjugations, including those irregular verbs and verb endings. You n...

  • In Latin

    March 26,2016

    Declining a Latin Noun

    They say that old Latin teachers never die — they just decline. Whether this is true of teachers, declining and declension are facts of life tha...

  • In Latin

    March 26,2016

    Latin: Exploring Roman Athletics

    As one of the first great multicultural societies, the Roman Empire understood something about entertainment. From cathartic tragedies to bawdy comedi...

  • In Latin

    March 26,2016

    Mastering Latin Ablatives

    Ablatives are to Latin grammar what black holes are to space: They suck in all matter and energy. Well, sort of. Actually, the ablative case is the ca...

  • In Law

    March 26,2016

    Understanding Latin Legalese

    Most lawyers love to throw around Latin phrases. The reason for this is that ancient Rome’s legal system has had a strong influence on the legal...

  • In Latin

    March 26,2016

    Useful Little Latin Words

    In Latin, as in other languages, little words can mean a lot. How can you make a point without being able to say, “I see your point, but . . .?&...

  • In Latin

    March 26,2016

    Common Irregular Latin Verbs

    Like any language, Latin has regular and irregular verbs. Regular verbs follow common rules when you conjugate them; irregular verbs follow their own...

  • In Latin

    March 26,2016

    Latin Question Words

    Being able to ask questions is an important part of learning any language. Latin question words are listed in the following table. Use them and you ca...

  • In Latin

    March 26,2016

    Latin Noun Cases

    In Latin, what form a noun takes depends on how it’s being used. You use different forms of a noun if it’s a subject, another if it’...