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Of all the language courses you can take in high school, Latin courses are perhaps the most rigorous. After only two years of grammar studies, students are expected to have mastered the major paradigms of the language. Latin 3 helps them move into reading a more mature collection of classical authors. They will also learn to use many of the complex constructions they encounter in the passages they translate. In Latin 3, you are required to translate texts that are much more difficult than those presented to students taking modern languages. Given the difficulties of Latin grammar, this can make your course quite demanding. Studying Latin can seem exceptionally difficult as there are no multimedia sources that you can immerse yourself in. However, there is no need to become frustrated! Contact Varsity Tutors to find a Latin 3 tutor who can help you through the rigors of translating Caesar, Vergil, and Cicero! By working with a private tutor, not only will you be given the unique opportunity to work with someone who is dedicated to helping you reach your educational goals, but you will also be able to practice speaking and reading Latin with a skilled professional.

Personal Latin 3 tutoring can provide you with targeted attention to help you identify those areas of Latin that are likely to cause the most difficulties in your translation. Whether you need to review certain grammatical concepts or merely need help learning to parse difficult sentences, your tutor can develop a program of exercises and review passages that focus directly on helping you develop the skills that you need to translate the increasingly difficult selections required of you in Latin 3. Likewise, as you learn more difficult and rarely-used grammatical forms, your tutor can help you build on your previous knowledge in a way that is often not available in classroom instruction, which can only present topics in a general, impersonal manner to a group of students. It is important to develop these skills, as upcoming courses in Latin will be focused upon texts and literature of an increasing degree of difficulty. If you do not perfect the grammatical skills that you have previously gained, you will likely have significant difficulties when faced with the rigors of Latin 4 or AP Latin courses. Furthermore, given that this is your first significant exposure to traditional Latin authors, it is important for you to fully develop the skills that will aid you during the increasingly complex rigors of Latin prose and poetry translation. No matter which skills you aim to improve, a personal tutor can help you develop a systematic approach to your language-learning agenda.

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Online Latin 3 Tutoring review by Juan
We dealt with Latin constructions such as the indirect discourse and the difference between the gerund and gerundive. We dealt with how to recognize each construction. The student seems to make some steps forward in recognizing the constructions in made up problems and in reading alternative texts.
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Online Latin 3 Tutoring review by Matthew
We went over some multiple choice exams in order to prepare her for her exam in two days. We made sure to cover the uses of the subjunctive, participles, and ablative absolutes. She is very good at asking questions. She is proactive in her work and she is great to work with.
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Online Latin 3 Tutoring review by Luca
In the first session, we began by discussing students' current progress in Latin 3 so far, the textbook and materials used in class, and their teacher's expectations for assignments. We then proceeded to the translation assignment of Chapter 41 of the textbook Latin for Americans, paying special attention to the differences between Latin and English sentence structure. The translation exercise was an important diagnostic tool for me, and it indicated to me several areas that we will need to focus upon in the upcoming sessions. In particular, the areas include subject-verb agreement (especially in subordinate, dependent clauses), identification of the cases/tenses and functions of nouns, pronouns, and verbs, and the use of the subjunctive. For the next session, I have asked the students to parse the first paragraph of the translation of Chapter 41 with particular attention to the full identification of verbs (mood, voice, tense, person, number).
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Online Latin 3 Tutoring review by Harry
The student and I began the session by reviewing the memory work from last week. She had the forms of the first 3 declensions memorized quite well. We went over those and then spent time memorizing the is, ea, id pronoun chart. After that, we covered the difference in form and usage between the gerund and the gerundive and we worked on translating Latin sentences from his text book to solidify this teaching. Then we worked on vocabulary for a bit -- I quizzed her on her memory work from chapters 49 and 50 of her textbook. Finally, we translated brief passages from Horace and Cicero without any prior preparation to close out the session.
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Online Latin 3 Tutoring review by Maria
The student and I met and discussed his goals. As they stated, he is moving up to Latin 3 honors and has some catching up to do. I sent him a grammar review packet for units 1-24, which we reviewed for the first 45 minutes--I also gave him some mnemonic devices to help him remember grammar points.
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Online Latin 3 Tutoring review by Amy
This session we translated the beginning of a passage from chapter 14 of Latin. While translating we discussed grammatical concepts such as the 5th declension, gerundives, and reflexive pronouns. We also discussed and practiced applying translation strategies (1. identify and parse verbs, 2. identify main verbs, 3. identify subjects, 4. note patterns in sentence construction, 5. mark off prepositional phrases). We covered a lot of grammatical concepts rather quickly. To this end, I asked the student to finish translating the passage on his own, applying these strategies, and I also asked him to review the supine, gerundive, and reflexive pronoun using the Latin library outlines I sent him. No scores. No concerns.
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