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Private In-Home and Online Latin Tutoring

Receive personally tailored Latin lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

If you have been searching for Austin Latin tutoring, Varsity Tutors can help. Whether you want to help your student keep up with the pace of their in-school Latin classes or you are an adult who wants to challenge themselves and take on a new hobby, we can help. You can get a chance to improve your Latin under the tutelage of a trained professional.

How can I or my student benefit from studying with a private Austin Latin tutor near me?

Latin is the precursor of the modern Romance languages: Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, and Romanian. Studying Latin can make studying those languages easier later on. Latin is a dead language - it is not a language that is natively spoken by any community. However, there are many benefits to learning Latin. Latin words are used in a variety of fields, including science, medicine, and law. Studying Latin can also open up new doors if you are studying theology or religion. Being able to read the original versions of ancient texts can give you a better understanding than what you would get by reading a translated version. Also, studying Latin can give you deeper insights into ancient Latin history and culture.

A private Austin Latin tutor can study with you at your own pace. You won't have to rush to finish a set curriculum. Instead, you can spend more time on the topics you are having trouble with while skipping topics you already understand. For example, if you can already understand written Latin but you are having trouble with Latin grammar rules, your private mentor can focus on that. One area that many native English speakers have difficulty with is inflection. In English, inflection is used in a very limited way. Instead, word order is used to denote the relationships of different words in a sentence to each other. However, in Latin, the endings of words are crucial for understanding the rest of the sentence. Your mentor can help you learn to pay attention to word endings and how they can affect the meaning of the sentence (for example, who is doing what to whom).

Private Austin Latin tutors can also help you learn how to use Latin nouns correctly. Unlike in English, Latin nouns can be either masculine, feminine, or neutral. Although the gender of a noun may be intuitive in some cases (for example vir, or man, is a masculine noun), this is not always the case.

Private Austin Latin tutors can also help you with your pronunciation. Most students find that Latin pronunciation is not as difficult to master as with other languages. However, it still requires study and practice. Since Latin is a dead language, there is no pressure to be able to pronounce words in an "authentic" fashion as native speakers do. However, improving your fluency in Latin can be useful for reading Latin texts.

Studying with private Austin Latin tutors can also give you a chance to expand your Latin vocabulary. Many English words have origins in Latin and sound similar or are almost identical to their English counterparts. For example, affirmo in Latin means I affirm, while consummavi in Latin means finish. Your mentor can introduce reading materials that get progressively harder to help you learn new words and improve your Latin reading comprehension.

Your private Austin Latin tutor can cater to your specific learning style. For example, if you are a visual learner, they can use flashcards to help you expand your vocabulary. They can make the lessons exciting by introducing texts about topics you are interested in. You can develop a rapport with your mentor, which can cause you to look forward to each session. Your instructor can even give you a list of recommended resources for improving your Latin during your free time.

How can I fit private Austin Latin tutoring into my schedule?

One of the benefits of opting for private instruction is the flexibility it can offer you or your student. Regardless of what time of the day and which day of the week you are free, we can find a mentor for you. Private Austin Latin tutoring is available both online and in-person.

If you opt for online instruction, you can log onto our Live Learning Platform and study with your Austin Latin tutor from any location where you have access to the internet. You can use our video chat tool to see, hear, and speak with your instructor as if you were sitting across from them at the same table. We have several other tools that can enhance your sessions. For example, you can work with your teacher on texts and documents using the live document editor. There is also a virtual whiteboard. These two tools can be used to learn new vocabulary, for example. All sessions will be recorded for your convenience, so you can go back and watch them at any time to refresh your memory.

You can also opt for in-person instruction. We can arrange a meeting at your home, your favorite cafe, or a local library, such as the Austin Central Library.

We also provide interactive Latin classes. You can opt to study together with other motivated students under the tutelage of an expert. You can choose a class section that takes place at a time that works for you. You can also request to get private time with the class teacher outside of class.

How can I find an expert Austin Latin tutor near me?

For more information on how you can sign yourself or your student up for private Austin Latin tutoring lessons, reach out to Varsity Tutors. Our educational consultants will be happy to answer your questions and connect you with a private instructor who can study with you or your student one-on-one. Private instructors can give you a customized learning experience that can help you make more efficient progress towards your goals. Whether you want to start from the basics or you are an advanced learner, we can help. Give us a call today and you can be meeting with your private mentor in as little as 24 hours.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Latin Tutoring review by Wendy in Austin, TX
We reviewed Chapter 20 and did the Chapter 20 quiz. Because the student hadn't read the chapter, he wanted to do the quiz twice so he would have additional practice with the material.  On his 2nd try, he got a perfect score.  
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Latin Tutoring review by Bhavana in Austin, TX
Solved calculus problems in homework packet- focused on identifying problems and what strategy must be used to solve them. Began a list of these strategies and the relationships between derivatives and integrals- this will help to simplify and solve problems.
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Latin Tutoring review by Dana in Austin, TX
Today we started to look at the student's final exam study guides.  We mapped out when her exams were and which subjects would be most beneficial to begin studying.  We started with history and math.  We made flash cards from her history materials for her to begin studying.  We also divided all her history notes into categories: vocab, old tests, class quizzes.  This will also make it easier for her to study.  Math was more of a review.  She was having trouble with one concept, but after working on examples, she quickly caught on.  Great job! See you next week.
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Latin Tutoring review by Stacey in Austin, TX
The student is really improving with math. She's adding in her head. She does not need to use her fingers or the number line as much. She also worked on geometric shapes. Her comprehension in reading was great. She also reads using some of the new reading strategies. She goes to the end of the sentence and self-corrects if a word does not make sense. We also worked on the concept of greater than and less than. She did well on this topic also.  
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Latin Tutoring review by Ryan in Austin, TX
This session with the student had our focus primarily on multiplication and one math assignment. After completing his assignment, we covered the fundamentals of multiplication and we set about attempting to construct a multiplication table for him to keep. I am having him create a multiplication table for studying as a visual aid. The adding chain exercises are also providing him with the opportunity to memorize the geometric sequences of the numbers from 1-10.  
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Latin Tutoring review by Julie in Austin, TX
The student and I worked on reading and grammar today. We focused on sentence corrections for about half of the session and spent the rest of our time on reading comprehension. He did a practice reading comp section. He showed improvement using the outlining strategy.
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