Intensive Intermediate Latin: A Grammar and Workbook comprises an accessible grammar and related exercises in a single volume. It outlines every major grammatical point usually taught in an intermediate college Latin course, as well as other grammatical topics which may be introduced in the first semester of reading prose or poetry.
- Careful management and repetition of vocabulary used to encourage sole focus on the grammar
- A variety of exercises to enable students to recognize and isolate the grammatical structures in English, helping them to translate into Latin with greater ease
- Frequent Latin to English and full English to Latin translations
- Exercises requiring students to modify aspects of Latin sentences in order to enable improved grammar acquisition
Written by an experienced instructor, Intensive Intermadiate Latin: A Grammar and Workbook is an ideal resource for students who want to build on their foundations of Latin. The title can be used as a textbook, grammar reference and practice resource for students and independent learners with some knowledge of the language.
Intensive Intermediate Latin, with its sister volume Basic Latin, forms a compendium of essentials of Latin grammar.
Table of Contents
Introduction Latin sources 1. Deponent Verbs 2. Fīō 3. Infinitives 4. Indirect Statement 5. Present & Imperfect 6. Subjunctives 7. Subjunctive of Irregular Verbs 8. Purpose Clauses 9. Indirect Commands 10. Perfect & Pluperfect Subjunctives 11. Sequence of Tenses 12. Indirect Questions 13. Potential & Optative Subjunctives 14. Result Clauses I 15. Result Clauses II 16. Quod Substantive Clauses 17. Impersonal Verbs 18. Indirect Reflexives 19. Hortatory & Jussive Subjunctives 20. Causal Clauses 21. Concessive Clauses 22. Temporal Clauses I – when(ever) 23. Temporal Clauses II – before & after 24. dum-Clauses 25. Conditional Sentences 26. Doubting Clauses 27. Fearing Clauses 28. Clauses of Prevention 29. Gerunds 30. Gerundives 31. Periphrastics 32. Fore 33. Supine 34. Subjunctive by Attraction 35. Syncopated Verbal Forms 36. Numerals 37. Greek Nouns 38. Meter I: Weight & Feet 38. Meter II: Elision & Synizesis 39. Archaic Latin 40. Late Latin Keys to Exercises Latin-to-English Dictionary English-to-Latin Dictionary
Jean-François R. Mondon trained as an Indo-Europeanist/Historical Linguist at the University of Pennsylvania and received his PhD in 2009. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages (German and Latin) at Minot State University in North Dakota. His major research interests are tracing the phonological developments of Indo-European languages such as Classical Armenian as well as language pedagogy and vocabulary acquisition.