31. Nouns | 5th Declension & Superlative Adjectives (22:24)
32. Adjectives | Irregular Comparison (25:10)
33. 1 to 100 | Cardinals, Ordinals, and Fractions (24:03)
34. Pronouns | Reflexive (18:29)
35. Adjectives | Indefinite & Irregular (21:03)
36. Conjugations and Macrons (23:38)
37. Verbs | Present Tense (20:33)
38. Verbs | Imperfect Tense (14:36)
39. Verbs | Future Tense (17:37)
40. Verbs | Four Principle Parts Review (25:53)
41. Principle Parts (25:36)
42. The Rest of the Participles (34:45)
43. Supine (35:00)
44. Future Infinitives (38:53)
45. Perfect Tense (30:58)
46. Pluperfect Tense (28:29)
47. Future Perfect Tense (27:53)
48. Volo, Nolo, Malo (36:38)
49. Deponent Verbs (35:38)
50. Impersonal Verbs (30:57)
51. Gerunds (30:05)
52. Adverbs (34:25)
53. Introduction to Subjunctive (32:36)
54. Ut and Ne (38:01)
55. Imperfect Subjunctive (26:23)
56. Gerundives (29:49)
57. Perfect, Fear and Cum (34:03)
58. Pluperfect, Indirect Discourse (31:20)
59. Verbs | Ablative Absolute (29:40)
60. Verbs | Fio, Comparative Subjunctive (26:34)
Frequently Asked Visual Latin Questions
There are always some basic Visual Latin questions we often hear. We’ve tried to pull all of them together in one place so you don’t have to go hunting about. (Or so we hope…)
Does the streaming service expire?
No. This is a purchase in perpetuity.
What age is Visual Latin for?
10 and up. Kids need to be able to read, but other than that, elementary kids love it, middle school kids love it, high school kids love it, college kids…you get the point.
How is everything sequenced out? In other words, what’s a full year of Latin look like?
Visual Latin has two sections to it: Latin 1 and Latin 2. Each is intended to be taught in a single school year (although you can certainly speed up or slow down as you desire). Each section has 30 classes, which correlates to about 1 class a week.
Is Visual Latin good for high school credit?
In terms of the material it covers, Visual Latin Latin 1 (Lessons 1-30) and Latin 2 (Lessons 31-60) are each good for one high school foreign language credit (2 credits total). By itself, however, it will not provide a full 150 hours of work. Some parents are less concerned about this, but others may want to provide extra supporting materials for upper level high school students. For those who do, we recommend supplementing Latin 1 with Lingua Latina per se Illustrata. (The older version of LL without color is the same text and perfectly acceptable.) We have created a free Visual Latin/Lingua Latina Teaching Guide that you can use to match them together over a two-year period. [Note that Lingua Latina is a unique Latin only, college-level book. Visual Latin has been modeled on this book, and in terms of content, teaches exactly the same things.]
Do you have a list of errata for Visual Latin?
Yes! View an updated list of corrections for this product here.
How to Teach Visual Latin: Don’t know where to begin with this product (or need a refresher)? Try our brief jumpstart guide to see how all the pieces fit together.
Visual Latin Resources: Additional links, videos, and games you can use to supplement the curriculum. Best of all, they’re free!
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