Latin (Beginning Latin Grammar) OpenCourseWare: USU's Free Undergraduate Latin Grammar Class

Published Feb 09, 2009

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In its History course program, Utah State University offers the OpenCourseWare class 'Beginning Latin: Grammar.' This undergraduate-level course has about forty lessons focusing on grammatical structures in this influential language. This course is intended for students studying Linguistics, foreign languages and other related fields.

Beginning Latin: Grammar: Course Specifics

Degree Level Free Audio Video Downloads
Undergraduate Yes No No Yes

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Beginning Latin: Grammar: Course Description

The online course is presented through accessible reading materials and written exercises that help students begin to master Latin grammar and vocabulary. 'Beginning Latin: Grammar' contains exercises and lessons that focus on concepts like the passive periphrastic voice, the ablative absolute and the perfect passive system. Students who complete this undergraduate-level class will be able to conjugate a variety of verbs and understand the use of a variety of tenses and voices.

This course comes with printable vocabulary and grammar sheets, worksheets, lecture notes and readings. If you want to learn more, please check out the Latin language course page.

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