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In ancient Rome, insulae were shoddy apartment buildings built for the urban poor, often with 6 or 7 units inside each three story structure. What were they made of, and how many were there in Rome?
This video shows how you can turn a sentence with a third person singular verb into one with a third person plural verb. It's not just about the verb - you have to make sure that the subject is also plural.
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Adjectives add color and pizzaz to a sentence, and you can't have a Cicero without adjectives. This video covers the basic essentials to learning about how adjectives work in Latin, while leaving the specifics about declension for other videos.
In Latin, there are three (and more) different ways to express the simple English word "and". Each of these, et, atque, and -que, show different levels of connectiveness.
Not all verbs end in -t, and as you move from the first to second to third person, the ending changes with the subject. This video covers the idea of person in verbs and the singular present tense endings, -o, -s, and -t.
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Hey you, learn this case. It's pretty easy, given that for most nouns it's the same as the nominative. The only differences come with words that end in -us, like Brutus, dominus, filius, Sempronius, and meus.
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The fifth is the last of the declensions, where the letter e has a big say. This video covers the endings for the fifth, used for words like res, thing, and dies, day, along with any peculiarities for this declension.
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The irregular verb possum, posse, is related to that other big irregular verb, sum, esse. Which means that learning how to conjugate possum should be a piece of cake, and definitely not with the pot- calling the irregular verb.... Oh, never mind.
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The Ides of March, the Kalends of February, the Nones of November. All of these dates are Roman style, and mysterious if you don't know how the Romans reckoned their dates. We owe a lot of our calendar to the Romans. This video covers the strange, traditional methods of the Romans in marking their dates.
The Latin prepositional phrase consists of a preposition and a noun object in the correct case. This video covers the basics with prepositions and their phrases, including those prepositions that take the accusative, those that take the ablative, and those that take both.
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