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After a year of studying Latin, you now have come to the extended rigors of a second year of studies. At this point, many more grammatical nuances are being added. From the many uses of participles to the idioms of Latin expression and the mystifying uses of the subjunctive mood, the second year of Latin studies can pose a number of unique difficulties for the aspiring reader of the classical language. Instead of being frustrated by the many intricacies of this class, contact Varsity Tutors today to find Latin II tutoring that can help you succeed in this important, but difficult, course of studies.

Latin I often presents the new Latin student with a great number of grammatical difficulties, and the same is true of Latin II, as students expand their knowledge. In Latin II, the forms of verbs and clause structure begin to probe into many constructions that are difficult to formulate in English, let alone in a foreign language like Latin. If your background education in English grammar hasn't provided you with the fundamental knowledge you need when learning to read and write in Latin, a personal tutor can help you review these core concepts or learn them formally for the first time. Likewise, Latin's baffling number of forms can be overwhelming at first glance, but an experienced tutor can help you see the intelligible patterns latent in all of these structures. Private Latin tutoring can likewise guide you through the increasingly complex vocabulary and sentences that are becoming part of your reading in Latin II.

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Online Latin 2 Tutoring review by Will
The student is in the same class as another of my Latin students, so I worked on the same assignments with her. We realized that she needed a complete review of what cases and declensions were. So we did that, and she picked it up quickly.
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Online Latin 2 Tutoring review by Sean
In our first session, the student and I spent some time at the beginning discussing his strengths and weaknesses in Latin. He feels comfortable with memorizing vocabulary and chart forms, but feels less comfortable understanding the functions of some verb charts as well as having to translate the forms he knows. We practiced several 2nd conjugation charts and the student felt better afterwards. We determined that continued practice with these charts will improve his comfort level. The end of the session was spent translating some Latin to see where the student's skill level lies. This also seems like an area of mixed comfort; again, more practice will help develop this skill. We set another meeting time next Sunday for 2 hours, to be spent on both Latin and English.
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Online Latin 2 Tutoring review by Hannah
During our first session together, I identified parsing as an area in which the student needs improvement. Parsing Latin nouns and verbs, is an essential skill, in both translation and prose composition. To improve his noun parsing, he and I reviewed noun cases and practiced identifying them in both English and Latin sentences. To improve his verb parsing, we reviewed a conjugation chart for perfect tense verbs, as the lesson from his textbook introduced the perfect and pluperfect tenses. We briefly discussed cum clauses and identified a temporal cum clause in one of the Latin sentences in his textbook. He translated two Latin sentences and completed two prose composition sentences. During both translation and prose composition exercises, I asked him to parse nouns and verbs as we went. I really enjoyed meeting him and look forward to helping him improve in Latin.
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Online Latin 2 Tutoring review by Brandon
We did a Latin grammar review in preparation for the student's upcoming Latin test. We went over the five declensions of nouns by declining multiple nouns and pronouns. We then covered conjugations of verbs by fully declining "eripio" in the 6 active and 6 passive tenses and going over the translation of certain forms. I left the student with instructions to do extra practice by going over flash cards with declensions and conjugations.
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Online Latin 2 Tutoring review by Matthew
The student was out of school during the previous week due to inclement weather. We had a chance to review 1st, 2nd, and 3rd declension endings as well as comparatives and superlatives. He understands the grammar, but benefits greatly from our practice with endings. I gave him some helpful handouts. We finished by discussing college expectations. I shared with him what a college classroom is like and how best he should prepare himself while in high school. The student is very engaged and I look forward to working with him in the future.
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Online Latin 2 Tutoring review by Jennifer
The student and I worked mainly on translating a passage that she will have a test on later this week. We came across many verb forms that she still hasn't learned yet, so I stressed how important it is to learn them all in order for her to be able to answer test questions about them correctly and to know how to translate them from Latin into English. I showed her some word charts I found in her book that list all the possible formations a word can have. I also had her write down some irregular verb formations, so that she remembers how to form them as well. By the end of the session she had memorized the present forms of the word "to be;" that's definitely a start.
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