Liber Tertius Civitates Europae Drill Book

$19.95

The Liber Tertius Civitates Drill Book (8 1/2″ x 11″) gives the student additional practice with the core vocabulary words and with different forms of the verbs used in the reader, including first and second person verbs. English cognates of the Latin vocabulary are given for every lesson, in addition to expanded explanations of certain key words, terms and items of interest mentioned in the reader. With each lesson the student is given a related Latin sentence from the Vulgate Bible, and will learn several new Latin prayers over the course of the year. A special feature of this level is the exploration of the Latin titles of the scenes in the Bayeux Tapestry.

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Description

Liber Tertius Civitates Europae (The States of Europe) includes the Civitates Europae Reader, Workbook, Pronunciation Audio for the reader, Drill Book and a detailed Teacher’s Manual of lesson plans, tests and answer keys.

The Liber Tertius Civitates Europae Reader (5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″) features longer, and more complex sentences with relative and subordinate clauses and ablative absolutes. Deponent verbs and verbs in the passive voice are introduced along with infinitive gerunds and participles. The stories feature the geographical and historical significance of several European countries and highlight the lives of important characters in medieval Europe.

The Liber Tertius Workbook provides the student with extensive practice with nouns of all five declensions in five cases. Students will learn to identify the four conjugations of verbs and will work with verbs in three tenses as well as with deponent verbs and verbs in the passive voice. Students will be introduced to the four principal parts of verbs and will learn to recognize infinitives, gerunds and participles. The student will work with various types of pronouns and adjectives. Different uses of the ablative and the locative will be introduced, and the student will work with Latin cardinal numbers from 1-1000, especially as they are used in dates. The student will learn several common verb constructions and will begin diagramming sentences.

The Liber Tertius Civitates Drill Book (8 1/2″ x 11″) gives the student additional practice with the core vocabulary words and with different forms of the verbs used in the reader, including first and second person verbs. English cognates of the Latin vocabulary are given for every lesson, in addition to expanded explanations of certain key words, terms and items of interest mentioned in the reader. With each lesson the student is given a related Latin sentence from the Vulgate Bible, and will learn several new Latin prayers over the course of the year. A special feature of this level is the exploration of the Latin titles of the scenes in the Bayeux Tapestry.

The Liber Tertius Civitates Europae Teacher’s Guide includes detailed weekly lesson plans for a five-day week based on a thirty-six week school year, along with quizzes, quarterly tests and semester exams and Answer Key. In addition, to aid with organization, check off boxes are given for all assignments to help track student progress during the week. Percentages are given for all assignments and tests for grading purposes.

The accompanying online Pronunciation Companion Audio for the reader and the Drill Book Companion Audio aid the student in providing a correct pronunciation for all the words and Latin sentences. Additionally, they are invaluable for memorizing the grammar rules and definitions as well as being a recitation model of the grammar drills. Very helpful resource!

• Download MP3 set of all lessons to listen on your devices anywhere
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LIBER TERTIUS CIVITATES EUROPAE

Premium Edition Reader

Grammar Topics
Short Stories with Translations

Premium Edition Workbook

First And Second Declension Review
Introducing Third Declension
Second And Third Declension Neuter Nouns
Third Declension I-Stem Nouns
Adverbs
Fouth Declension Nouns
Third And Fourth Declension Genitive Phrases
Appositives
Third Declension Adjectives
Adjectives In The Superlative Degree
Third Declension Adjectives
Fifth Declension Nouns
Transitive Verbs And Direct Adjectives
Relative Pronouns
Relative Clauses
Four Conjugations Of Verbs
Perfect Tense
Ablative Of Time
Latin Numerals 10-100
Imperfect Tense
Perfect Passive Tense
Demonstrative Pronouns
Perfect Passive Participles
Demonstrative Adjectives
Present Active Infinitives
The Verb Iubeo
The Verb Possum
The Verb Facio
Ablative Of Time
Gerunds
The Dative Case
The Verb Doceo
The Deponent Verb Utor
Ablative Of Means
Perfect Tense Of Esse
Relative Clauses
The Verb Pertineo
Recognizing Sentence Elements
Comparative Adjectives
Deponent Verbs
Locative Case
The Adverb Bene
The Verbs Volo And Nolo
Ablative Absolute
The Adverb Clam
The Conjunction Aut
The Conjunction Quod
Present Active Participles
The Verb Rogo
Relative Clauses
The Preposition Propter
More Work With Quod
Sentence Diagramming
Intransitive Verbs
Present Active Participles
The Verb Permaneo
Diagramming Transitive Verbs
Diagramming Clauses
Deponent Verb Patior
The Preposition Contra

Premium Edition Drill Book

First Declension Nouns
Second Declension Nouns
Third Declension Nouns
Fifth Declension Nouns
First Declension Adjectives
Second Declension Adjectives
Prepositions
Latin-English Cognates
The Four Cardinal Directions
Latin Cardinal Numbers
Bayeux Tapestri Tituli
Preces Latinae
Ex Biblia Sacra
Verbs
Three Tenses Of Being Verbs And Personal Pronouns
Third Declension Practice
The Four Conjugations Of Latin Verbs
Conversatio Cum Amicis
Third Declension Adjectives
Forming The Perfect Indicative Active
Rex Fluminum Hiberniae
Nominative Plurals Of Third, Fourth and Fifth Declension Nouns
Verb Matching
Principal Parts Of Verbs
Mons Paricii
Present And Perfect Stems Of Verbs
Latin Numeral Practice
Sancta Brigida
The Irregular Verb “Eo”
Present Being Verb and Personal Pronoun Review
Latin Antonyms
Missing Latin Verbs
Colloquium Inter Magistrum Et Discipulum
Conjunctions
Renascentia Carolingiana
Present Active Infinitives
Present and Perfect Stems of Verbs
Carolingian Script
Gerunds
Nomina Civitatum
Nomina Oceanorum Et Marum
Nomina Populorum Notorum
Nomina Montium
Nomina Animalium
Adverbs
Castella
Deponent Verbs
Perfect Passives
Latin Dates
Christophorus Columbus, Explorator Et Navigator
Ablative Absolutes
Epistola De Insulis Nuper Repertis
Benedictiō Ante Mēnsam
Nomina Dēclīnātiōnis Quartae
Present and Perfect Stems Of Verbs
Identifying Tense, Person and Number of Verbs
Present Active Participles
More Latin Dates
Animalia Poloniae
Cathedra Regalis Cracoviae
Questiones De Populis Notis Europae

Additional information

Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 11 × 9 × .5 in

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