In our 3rd composition workshop, we will learn how to write and talk about sleep!
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A new installment of Preschool Latin!
Salvete, omnes! Hello, everyone! I have returned and intend to start posting again. We'll see what I'll be able to do. The reason I have been absent for two months is that I was having a baby! Meet my son, the newest Latin student: He's two months old today. It's been excellent. He sleeps pretty… Continue reading Adsum! I’m here.
Salvēte! Welcome to our fifth composition workshop! Glad to see you here. Today we will be learning vocabulary to write about winter and the cold. As promised, I will also be teaching you how to use the ablative plural case in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th declensions, as well as the ablative singular in… Continue reading Composition Workshop 5: Winter and ablative plural
This week in our Composition Workshop we will add to our arsenal of grammatical knowledge by learning how to use some prepositional phrases that can go with our topic from last week: sleep. A few of the sayings I included last week (you can check out the post here) already included some Prepositional Phrases. For… Continue reading Composition Workshop 4: Prepositional Phrases using the ablative case
This week in Preschool Latin materials I am sharing how to play Go Fish to practice vocabulary.
Two Wednesdays ago we learned about how to find a verb's stem. Today I am going to explain a very similar skill to you: how to find a noun's base. Why do we want to know how to find a noun base? Well - like with verb stems - this is the portion of the… Continue reading How to find a noun base