Section: Languages, Schools   |   School: School of Logic, School of Rhetoric

Building upon the foundation of Latin 1, students will review the basics of Latin grammar and proceed to more complex grammatical constructions, including the comparison of adjectives and adverbs, the passive voice, relative clauses, participles, and indirect statements. Emphasis is given to Latin vocabulary and English derivatives. Students will become more confident in their translation skills by reading passages in both Latin and English, which are further brought to life by the teacher.  Students will be encouraged to see elements of Latin and Roman civilization throughout the world today, inspiring them to integrate Latin with their literature and history lessons.

The course price includes registration, study sessions, administration, and medal/certificate distribution for the National Classical Etymology Exam, National Latin Vocabulary Exam, and the National Latin Exam.

Prerequisites: Latin 1 or equivalent
Suggested Grade Levels: 8th -12th

Latin 2 Book List 2020-2021