Welcome Code Breakers! Time to tackle another Lesson. So far we have learned about 1st and 2nd declension nouns and how to translate with both of them.
In Lesson 3 we will be covering the following:
- 2nd declension neuter nouns
- Latin to English translation with 2nd declension neuter nouns
- 1st and 2nd declension adjectives
- Translating phrases with adjectives
- Personal endings
- Forms of Sum
- Translation with Sum
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Lesson 3: Day 1
Hi Code Breakers! Today we are going to talk about a branch of the 2nd declension household: 2nd declension neuter nouns. Don’t be overwhelmed! As you are about to see, 2nd declension neuter is much simpler than you may imagine.
Lesson 2: Day 2
When translating a Latin sentence, there are so many fun things to find! Today we will practice translating and seeing how much we can find in a mere three word sentence.
- Oppidum, oppidī - town
- Praemium, praemiī - reward
Lesson 3: Day 3
The more latin we learn, the more fun the sentences we write can be! Today we are going to learn how to use 1st and 2nd declension adjectives in Latin.
- Periculum, periculī - danger
- Longus, a, um - long
Lesson 3: Day 4
Hey there Code Breakers! Let’s get in some more practice using 1st and 2nd declension adjectives. Don’t forget to look for patterns in everything you learn. It will make learning that much easier!
- Laetus, a, um - happy
- Multus, a, um - many, much
Lesson 3: Day 5
Code Breaking is so fun. One easy way to connect two words together is to use a linking verb (e.g. am, are, is, was, were). Let’s look at how to use linking verbs in Latin!
- Bonus, a, um - good
- Magnus, a, um - great, large
Lesson 3: Day 6
It is easy to get overwhelmed by forms of sum. Don’t let it bog you down! With a little practice, you will be a sum master in no time. Today we are going to practice using sum in some sentences. Vocab quiz today!