From Wikibooks, open books for an open world
Jump to: navigation, search

This is a user-generated collection of Wikibooks pages that can be easily saved, rendered electronically, and ordered as a printed book. If you are the creator of this collection and need help, see Help:Collections.
[ About ] [ FAQ ] [ Feedback ] [ Help ] [ Recent Changes ]


How to study a language on the Internet and in your head
Special consideration: How to use a Wikibook when progress may mean inaccuracy
Chapter One
Lesson 1
Lesson 2
Lesson 1-Nominative
Lesson 2-Adjectives
Lesson 3-Present Verbs
Lesson 4-Adverbs and Prepositions
Lesson 5-Accusative
Lesson 6-Pronouns
Chapter 1 Verse
Chapter Two
Lesson 1-Imperfect
Lesson 2-Genitive and Dative
Lesson 3-Future
Lesson 4-Ablative
Lesson 5-Declensions
Lesson 6-Irregular Verbs
Lesson 7-Translation
Lesson 8-Imperfect and Future
Chapter 2 Verse
Chapter Three
Lesson 1-Imperative
Lesson 2-Active v Passive
Lesson 3-Passive
Lesson 4-Principal Parts
Lesson 5-Perfect Indicative
Lesson 6-The Perfect Passive
Lesson 7-Future and Past Perfect
Lesson 8-Ablative Absolute and Accusative Infinitive
Chapter 3 Verse
Chapter Four
Lesson 1-Subjunctive
Lesson 2-Subjunctive Use
Lesson 3-Subjunctive Imperfect
Lesson 4-The Subjunctive Passive
Lesson 5-The Subjunctive Perfect
Lesson 6-The Subjunctive Perfect Passive
Lesson 7-The Gerund and Participles
Lesson 8-Conditional Clauses
Lesson 9-Revision
Lesson 10-Idioms
Lesson 11-Translation
Chapter 4 Verse
Chapter Five
Chapter 5 Verse
Lesson 3-Translation
Lesson 9-Poem
Chapter Six
Lesson 1
Test 1
Lesson 2
Revision 1
Revision 2
Revision 3
Verb Synopsis
Index II
Accents and Scansion
Appendix G
Appendix F
The Roman Empire
Spoken Latin
The Latin Language
Latin Cases and Gender
Words and their Flexion
First Declension
Stylistic Features of Latin Verse and Prose