Latin II
Latin II students will dive deeper into learning Latin’s nuances and subtleties as well as examine the politics and history of ancient Rome! On top of learning more about Latin grammar, students will begin to encounter Roman literature in its original form by reading selections from Roman poets, orators, and historians. Latin II students will also work from Benjamin D’Ooge’s Latin for Beginners, addressing the material in the latter half of the book. The prospective Latin II student should expect to learn the following concepts:
Passive Perfect, Pluperfect, and Future Perfect; Yes-or-no Questions; Accusative Subject of an Infinitive; The Relative and Interrogative Pronoun; Third-Fifth Declensions; Expressions of Place; Ablative of Time; Pronouns: Personal and Reflexive; The Intensive Pronoun Ipse; The Demonstrative Pronoun idem; The Demonstratives hic, iste, ille; The Indefinite Pronouns; Comparison of Adjectives; Deponent Verbs; The Subjunctive Mood; Inflection of the Present, Imperfect, Perfect, Future Perfect Subjunctive; The Subjunctive of Purpose, Result, and Characteristic; Substantive Clauses of Purpose; Verbs of Fearing; The Participles; Ablative Absolute; and more! 
Required Text: Latin for Beginners by L’Ooge ISBN-13: 978-1986691338

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