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

Building upon the foundation of Latin 1, students in Latin 2 review the basics of Latin grammar and proceed to more complex grammatical constructions. Students refine their translation skills by reading lively passages in both Latin and English. As they continue to recognize the roots of Latin across all subjects, students increasingly appreciate how learning Latin makes learning any other subject easier.

Topics include: comparing adjectives and adverbs, the passive voice, relative clauses, participles and indirect statements, with emphasis on Latin vocabulary and English derivatives.

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

Prerequisites: Latin 1 or equivalent

Homework Habits: Students typically spend 3-5 hours a week on translation assignments, vocabulary and grammar assessments.

Suggested Grade Level: 8 -12

Latin 2 Book List 2024-2025