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Private In-Home and Online Latin Tutoring in Boulder, CO

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.

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Learning Latin may provide you with a wealth of benefits. Not only do its words and phrases continuously appear in legal and medical studies, but it also allows you to get a better perspective into European history by being able to read and understand documents in their native language. Unfortunately, Latin has no practical usage in modern society, so it may be challenging to get the assistance and practice needed to understand the language. If you are someone who is interested in learning Latin, give us a call. Varsity Tutors may help you find a tutor in Boulder, CO, to try to help you create a study plan that could potentially help you ace your Latin course.

To connect with Latin tutoring in Boulder, call Varsity Tutors today. We may help you find someone who is a qualified Latin teacher who knows how to assist you as you learn the language. Whether you are trying to pass an introductory class to receive a foreign language credit at your high school or college, or you are interested in understanding the language, a tutor may aid you along the way. You benefit from working in an engaging learning environment, where your tutor may give you assistance while you learn masculine and feminine nouns, formal speaking, and how to write proper sentences. Moreover, your tutor is also able to explain various concepts in a way that is easy for you to understand.

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Latin Tutoring review by Andrew in Boulder, CO
Today, we worked through the student's homework translation assignment for class. They've been covering deponents in class, so we were prepared to review those as they came up in the reading, but we didn't actually encounter any deponents. We did come across a cum-clause, an indirect question, and an indirect statement, so we were able to review all of those subjunctive clauses, as well as the form of the pluperfect subjunctive and of the present passive infinitive. She struggled a bit with vocabulary, which is understandable after a long break from school. I worked again on reminding her to break down passages into meaningful chunks, and from what she said it seems she's been trying to do this, so my advice has made some impact on how she looks at a Latin sentence.
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Latin Tutoring review by Hannah in Boulder, CO
To begin our session, the student completed a translation exercise on p. 59 of his textbook. This exercise provided a quick review of the comparison of adverbs. I am impressed by his ability to identify degrees of adjectives and adverbs. Next we started Exercise 25.2, another translation exercise in his textbook. For each sentence, I asked him to identify the subject(s), verb(s), direct object(s), and indirect object(s). I also asked him to identify the case, number, and gender of nouns; the person, number, and tense of verbs; and the degree of adjective(s) and adverb(s). His ability to define Latin verbs based on English derivatives is improving. I am excited that he has memorized the conjugation chart of the Latin verb, sum, as this helps him correctly identify person and number when asked to parse verbs.
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Latin Tutoring review by Alexandra in Boulder, CO
The student and I covered a variety of topics he has recently been taught in class, including third declension nouns, third conjugation verbs (with emphasis on the formation of the future tense), and a few more uses of the ablative case. Per his request, we also translated a number of sentences in order to improve his translating skills. He is getting much better at catching himself when he rushes through translations! I think continued practice with following a set "formula" for breaking down his sentences (identifying the verb first, then finding a nominative noun that matches THEN dealing with prepositional phrases etc.) will continue to make translating more routine for him.
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Latin Tutoring review by Christopher in Boulder, CO
This session was devoted almost entirely to the lesson readings. We continued to read the adaptation of the Trojan War story, and I emphasized the vocabulary, so that the student could learn the definitions. I assigned a packet of practice work, including more English-Latin sentence composition.
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Latin Tutoring review by Kristie in Boulder, CO
Uploaded parts of a classical speech and literary devices Cicero would use. The student still did not have any ideas as to topic or audience, so we determined that and I told him how to go about building his speech with the template I gave him. He will write his speech and email it to me for proofing.
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Latin Tutoring review by Anna in Boulder, CO
The student's Latin assignment was to memorize vocabulary from chapters 1-5. For each list of words, I typed in the words and he typed in the ones he remembered. I marked the ones he didn't remember (or got wrong) in bold for him to make a shorter list to work on his own. I advised him to study his vocabulary for 10-15 minutes per day, and recommended that he make flashcards. Once he can quiz himself on a word and get it right the first time, I told him to eliminate that word from his pile of vocab cards and continually focus on the words that he did not remember. Today was our last session, but I am confident that he will be successful in his Latin class; he was a joy to work with!
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