Latin II

Diploma

Mandatory

This course will develop the skills that students acquired in Latin I, covering the following areas: 1) European names of Latin origin 2) Third, fourth and Fifth declension nouns 3) Adjective of the Second Class 4) Passive voice 5) Particile 6) Interrogative 7) Sentences 8) Direct and Indirect Speech 9) Subordinate Clause 10) Gerund and Gerundive 11) Epexegesis and Clauses.

 

References

1.  Course Notes (Paper and/or Electronic)

 

  • Greek-English Lexicon Author(s): Liddel and Scott, 7th ed.NewYork, 1888.

2. Essential Books (Text Books)

  • A New Greek Course, a Greek Grammar author: Alia Hanafi, Cairo 1996.
  • First Greek book, Author: White J. W., Harvard University 1920.
  • First Greek Grammar, Author: W.GUNION Buthekfoed, London, 1888.

3.  Recommended Books

  • A Greek Grammar for Colleges, Author: Smith H. W., Harvard University 1920.
  • First Greek Grammar, Author: Donaldson W. L., Cambridge, 1960.

4. Website, etc.


Week

Topics

1

European names of Latin origin

2

Third declension nouns fourth and Firth declension nouns

3

Fourth declension nouns

4

Fifth declension nouns

5

Second Conjunction verbs

6

Adjective of the Second Class

7

Direct and Indirect Speech

8

Mid Tem Exam.

9

Subordinate Clause

10

Gerund and Gerundive

11

Cicero poems

12

Selection of the Latin poems

13

Selection of the Latin prose

14

Revision

15

Final Exam.

 

Poll

Why did you apply at Alexandria Center for Hellenistic Studies?

what is your favourite Master module ?