This is a list of tutors who can help High School and Junior High students. The people in the top section of the page are not at Mountain Brook Schools, and their contact information may be out of date. The people in the bottom section are current MBHS advanced Latin students who can help Latin 1 & 2 students. Also, if you know a great tutor, please let me know so I can add her/his information to the page. Thanks!
You all know magistrula. If you are having trouble with basic forms, this is one of the best places to go. If you create an account and log in, you can even keep track of your progress and see how you're doing.
This is $15 software program that reviews the basic, most frequently used vocabulary words found in the AP syllabus passages of Caesar's commentaries on the Gallic War. For more information, there is a 10 minute video on the page explaining how the software works.
This is $15 software program that reviews the basic, most frequently used vocabulary words found in the AP syllabus passages of Vergil's Aeneid. For more information, there is a 10 minute video on the page explaining how the software works.
From the Classics Department at the University of Kentucky, this is a list of all the rhetorical devices we will learn, plus some extras. Each one comes with a definition, an English example, and a Latin example, with a link to one in Greek, too!
A Latin teacher named Benjamin Johnson has created a bunch of very helpful videos on YouTube that take students through the translation and interpretation of many poems by Catullus. This is a link to his Catullus playlist. The list of poems he presents is not the same as the list of the poems we have studied, so there are some of ours that he omits and many he gives which we do not read. Hopefully it is helpful, though.
This is a searchable, easy-to-navigate online version of the standard Latin grammar reference work we use in Latin class. It is hosted at the Dickinson College Commentary site, run by the great Christopher Francese.