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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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If you are struggling through your lessons in Latin, then it may be time to call up a private tutor. With all of its noun cases, verb conjugations, and tenses, this "dead language" can get pretty intense. Varsity Tutors can help you locate a professional Latin tutor in St. Louis, Missouri, who can meet with you at a place and time that works best for you. You can meet with your tutor in person or online to cover concepts such as Latin grammar and pronunciation.

St. Louis Latin tutors can meet with you one-on-one to help you in a way that a classroom setting may not be able to. Your personal learning goals and needs are the only concern of the tutor during your session, unlike a classroom instructor who may have a room filled with students to worry about. This means that you can choose which areas you struggle with the most and go over only those topics with your tutor, making your sessions as effective and efficient as possible. You can also choose to cover the topics in whichever learning style works best for you. The tutor can adapt their teaching style to match your unique learning style. Whether you learn best with visual, aural, or kinesthetic styles, your tutor can adjust accordingly. The method may change mid-session based on the topics being covered. For example, you may decide that you learn pronunciation best by actively participating in a conversation with your tutor, whereas you learn tenses better with visual aids such as flashcards. Whatever the case may be, your tutor can help you work through the confusing areas of this complex language.

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Latin Tutoring review by Andrew in St. Louis, MO
This week, we did some review for the exam the student is having in class on Friday and Monday. So, we started out reviewing the sample sentences from the class lesson on pronouns, giving us the chance to practice the pronouns (which she knows well) and also just translating sentences in general. We spent a good chunk of the session practicing the conjugations of sum and possum, as well as the formation of the ablative absolute. She did well with possum, after getting straight how it is related to the forms of sum, and I think the ablative absolute made sense to her.
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Latin Tutoring review by Daniel in St. Louis, MO
The student and I covered nouns and adjectives today. We went over four different word groups and elaborated on how to decline them in each case both in singular and plural. We did this for manus malus, magnum cor, pater noster, and acies nova. She seems much more comfortable with nouns and adjectives than she is with verbs. I told her to review her verbs again to make sure she knows them well. She told me she got a 95% on her chemistry exam, for which I helped her study last week.
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Latin Tutoring review by Ralston in St. Louis, MO
Worked with the student on learning/reviewing the Perfect Passive Participle and Perfect Passive Tense in Latin, in addition to demonstrative pronouns and translation. Her translation skills seem to be really improving.
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Latin Tutoring review by Scott in St. Louis, MO
The student and I began this session with declension exercises. We discussed the first three of the five Latin declensions. I outlined each declension and then had her practice writing each one. As we practiced declining, she demonstrated great progress. She has improved every time we practice declining or conjugating. After discussing declensions, I introduced two irregular verb conjugations that she would use for class. We ended the session by translating a passage for her homework assignment. I showed her various techniques that would help her tackle translating different passages.
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Latin Tutoring review by Bradford in St. Louis, MO
Reviewed vocabulary for upcoming quiz; looked at derivatives from the relevant words to aid with understanding
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Latin Tutoring review by Hannah in St. Louis, MO
In our session, the student and I worked through three prose composition sentences. For each sentence, I asked him first to identify the verbs and then to look up unfamiliar vocabulary. I directed him to use the back of his textbook as it contains both Latin-to-English and English-to-Latin vocabulary and definitions. However, I recommended that he purchase a Latin-English dictionary as it will provide more complete definitions with information about syntax that will help him in both translation and prose composition. After we looked up all unfamiliar vocabulary words, I asked him to identify the person, number, and tense of the verbs in the English sentence as this information determines what endings the verbs will have in Latin. After determining the correct Latin verb forms, I asked him to identify the case and number of the nouns in the English sentence as this information determines what endings the nouns will have in Latin. Once he gathered this information, we pieced together a Latin translation for each sentence. He improved at identifying the third principle part of a verb as the stem for building the perfect and pluperfect tenses.
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