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Private In-Home and Online Latin Tutoring in Los Angeles, CA

Receive personally tailored Latin lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

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Latin is one of the most influential languages in history. It had an influence in contributing to the English language, and it evolved into the several languages of Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Italian. Are you struggling in your Latin course? It's known to be a challenging language to learn, and that's why Los Angeles Latin tutors can be available to help you study for your exams and assignments. Varsity Tutors can help match you with a Latin tutor who can assist you through the difficulties of learning this language.

Latin can be a complex language to learn, especially because the English language has a very different grammatical system than Latin. If you're struggling with remembering prepositions and pronouns, as well as how to place them in the correct spot in a sentence, a tutor can help work through each sentence with you. Your personal tutor may also give you tips to help you remember Latin's parts of speech and how to use them. They can also teach you about adverbs, adjectives, and gender articles in a way that you can understand. They can observe how you absorb information the most effectively, whether it's by hands-on activities or with more visual elements, and then teach the subject matter in a meaningful way for you. This may help you better retain the material. With Los Angeles, CA, Latin tutors, you can receive the individualized attention you need to study well for your Latin course.

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Session Summaries by Latin Tutors

Latin Tutoring review by Andrew in Los Angeles, CA
Today, I mostly worked with the student on learning the forms of hic and ille for her quiz tomorrow. She worked on memorizing the charts for each of the pronouns, and then I produced some forms of various third declension nouns for her to pair with the proper forms of hic and ille, as she will be asked to do on the quiz tomorrow. It took some time for her to get all the forms down, though she generally got to the right answer after a lot of thinking. After we'd spent a while on this, we did some more practice with translation, as she tries to assimilate some of the advice I've been giving her on analyzing sentences before translating, and looking for the structure of and relationship between sentences.
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Latin Tutoring review by Bradford in Los Angeles, CA
Reviewed topics covered in previous sessions for the most part due to the 2 week gap between meetings - these included basic noun declensions and present tense verb conjugations, as well as prepositions and adjectives; added 3rd declension adjectives and constructed small sentences to practice with these forms.
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Latin Tutoring review by James in Los Angeles, CA
The student and I reviewed chosen verbs representing four conjugations, and chosen nouns representing five declensions, as assigned. The student showed a good command of most conjugations, and of the first declension noun "puella," which he was able to decline correctly. We reviewed the forms of the second, third, fourth, and fifth declensions (the nouns representing these declensions: puer, miles, fructus, and res). The tutor suggested different methods for remembering the forms, including recitation. Then, finally, we translated and analyzed a basic sentence. He has two or three more sentences to translate/analyze, providing the necessary vocabulary. We discussed how a thorough knowledge of forms (declensions, conjugations) facilitates translating and understanding Latin syntax.
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Latin Tutoring review by Ralston in Los Angeles, CA
Reviewed some vocabulary from earlier chapters, reviewed case endings, and some grammar (ablative absolutes, participles, and infinitives). The student needs to be practicing everyday and must focus a bit more on vocabulary as well as grammar.
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Latin Tutoring review by Stephen in Los Angeles, CA
We started off the first session by assessing the material that the student already knew. Once I knew that she had been working on the first declension and first conjugation for verbs I took a few practice sentences from a book that I had brought and we delved into the grammar for each word to produce a faithful translation. The three main focuses were: pronunciation, grammar, and translation of the text. The student made good progress in understanding of the first declension and the first conjugation
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Latin Tutoring review by Christopher in Los Angeles, CA
As this was our first session back, I had planned to take things slow to focus on re-establishing my rapport with the student, but he was very eager to work with me again so that proved unnecessary. He has a quiz on Wednesday covering material from unit 8 in his class (vocabulary and use of the ablative case), so we focused on his study materials to prep for it. He worked through vocab and grammar reviews with no problems and I anticipate that he'll ace his quiz this week. I left him a few sentences to translate which should also help reinforce uses of the ablative for the quiz.
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