You can use the AP Latin Question of the Day to get into the habit of thinking about Latin content on a daily basis when studying for the AP exam. Varsity Tutors' AP Latin Questions of the Day are drawn from each topic and question type covered on the AP Latin exam.
Question of the Day: AP Latin
quae, quamquam comitum turba est stipata suarum,
in latus obliquum tamen adstitit oraque retro
flexit et, ut vellet promptas habuisse sagittas,
quas habuit sic hausit aquas vultumque virilem
perfudit spargensque comas ultricibus undis 5
addidit haec cladis praenuntia verba futurae:
'nunc tibi me posito visam velamine narres,
si poteris narrare, licet!' nec plura minata
dat sparso capiti vivacis cornua cervi,
dat spatium collo summasque cacuminat aures 10
cum pedibusque manus, cum longis bracchia mutat
cruribus et velat maculoso vellere corpus;
additus et pavor est: fugit Autonoeius heros
et se tam celerem cursu miratur in ipso.
"Spargens" (line 5) is an example of a __________.
Perfect Passive Participle
Present Passive Participle
Present Active Participle
Future Active Participle
If you are a high school student who is currently enrolled in AP Latin, or is interested in taking AP Latin, Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools are free resources designed to help you further your Latin studies while preparing for upcoming tests. Taking AP Latin can prove to be quite useful. Not only does it look great on a college application, but you may also earn credits toward the foreign language requirements at your prospective college or university.
Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools provide you with an excellent way to get the AP Latin practice you need to prepare for tests and complete projects. By utilizing the Question of the Day, you can enhance your Latin review by attempting to answer a random Latin question taken from the AP Latin Practice Tests, another useful resource. These questions are designed to emulate problems you are likely to face when you take the AP Latin exam, and cover Latin verbs, nouns, pronouns, adjectives, and grammar structure. In addition to testing your Latin linguistic aptitude, you may also be quizzed on Latin poetry, history, or law.
The Question of the Day is an opportunity to build your confidence and knowledge of Latin as you prepare for upcoming tests. As you participate in the short daily AP Latin review, you are working to build better study habits while reinforcing your knowledge. One important feature of the Question of the Day is the explanation that accompanies each AP Latin practice problem. Here, you are able to check your answer and read how the correct answer was reached. These simplified, practical explanations are a useful way to learn from any mistakes that you might have made.
The random aspect of the Question of the Day is a great way to ensure that you study all of the important aspects of AP Latin. Since you have no way of predicting the topic of each question, you are encouraged to broaden your understanding of Latin history, culture, and language in order to correctly answer each question. In addition, adding the Question of the Day to your daily AP Latin practice is a great way for you to prepare you for test day. By utilizing the Question of the Day, you are working to develop an AP Latin study plan that best suits your needs. It is a great way to learn more about your learning style, strengths, and weaknesses within the subject.
The Question of the Day is best used as an addition to a comprehensive AP Latin study plan. If you come across any concepts that are particularly difficult, you can delve deeper into the concept using the Learn by Concept resource. In addition, you can find more AP Latin Learning Tools in the form of Flashcards and Practice Tests. Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools allow you to customize your AP Latin study material and track your progress as you work toward test day. By using the Question of the Day alongside the other free Learning Tools, you are able to tailor an AP Latin study guide to fit your needs.