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Marysville, WA Latin tutoring
The student and I were working on Latin. It was a translation of Aeneas seeing the temple at Carthage with all the pictures of the Trojan war. It involved not only translation from Latin to English but identification and explanation of literary devices used and it asked for subjective opinion as to what was happening in the translation.
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For this session the student finished chapter 14 exercises, which emphasized participles and further uses of the ablative case. Since participles are "verbal adjectives," I gave him a bit of a tangential lesson on the 4th principal part of verbs--which he will encounter later in more detail--because its grammatical function is similar.
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Marysville, WA Latin tutoring
We decided to revisit the purpose clauses from last time, with particular attention being made to the relative clause of purpose. As the student was having difficulty with the relative pronoun, we reviewed its forms before going over the way it's used in relative clauses of purpose. There were a few trip-ups in the beginning of the session, so we reviewed general relative clauses before going straight into relative clauses of purpose. He immediately grasped the concept of the antecedent and how agreement between relative pronouns and their antecedents is different from the agreement made between adjectives and nouns. After clarifying that, we used some sentences from online and some of my own in order to review these constructions. The student wisely pointed out a mistake I made in the previous session: that "We have things to do" should not be translated as a purpose clause, since "we have things in order to do" does not make sense. We decided to finish the session with some English-Latin translation, and I felt that his skill with Latin was improving as the session went on, as he began to understand the case system a bit better.
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