In this lesson, we will look at relative pronouns in the nominative case.
Unit Overview: The relative clause and the present participle
In this lesson, we will practise relative clauses by translating the second part of Dido and Aeneas' story. Despite his love for Dido, Aeneas is reminded of his pietas (religious duty) to found Rome in Italy.
In this lesson, we will look at relative pronouns in the accusative case, including how to use the English word 'whom'.
In this lesson, we will practise relative clauses by translating the final part of Dido and Aeneas' story. This lesson covers suicide. If this is a sensitive topic for you, we recommend checking with a trusted adult before starting or doing the lesson with a trusted adult nearby.
In this lesson, we will look at the present participle.
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