In this lesson, we will look at a new case, called the genitive.
Unit Overview: The Genitive, Dative and Ablative Cases
In this lesson, we will continue our learning of the genitive to look at how to translate this case in full sentences.
In this lesson, we will practise the genitive case by translating the first part of the story of the Trojan War. A dispute between the Greek heroes Achilles and Agamemnon starts a chain of tragic events.
In this lesson, we will look at another new case, called the dative.
In this lesson, we will practise the dative case by translating the next part of the story of the Trojan War. Hector, prince of Troy, fights a duel with Achilles.
In this lesson, we will look at a final case, called the ablative.
In this lesson, we will look at tips for how to recognise the different cases and translate sentences containing nouns in multiple cases.
In this lesson, we will practise all noun cases by translating the final part of the story of the Trojan War. This lesson includes grief and bereavement. If this is a sensitive topic to you, we recommend checking with a trusted adult before starting or doing the lesson with a trusted adult nearby.
Units in Latin
- Nominative and Accusative
- Conjugation of Regular Verbs
- The Infinitive and the Imperative
- The Perfect and Imperfect Tenses
- Prepositions with the Accusative and Ablative
- Irregular Verbs
- The Neuter Gender
- Adjectives and Adverbs
- 1st and 2nd Person Pronouns
- The relative clause and the present participle
- The Pluperfect Tense
- 3rd Person and Demonstrative Pronouns
- The Genitive, Dative and Ablative Cases
- ut clauses
- Subordinate clauses with the subjunctive 2
- The passive voice
- The future tense