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Private In-Home and Online Latin Tutoring in Detroit, MI

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.

How can Latin tutoring help you succeed?

Latin is often referred to as a "dead language"; however, it is far from dead. The language is invaluable, though it is in less obvious ways today than it was in the past. You might learn Latin as a means of improving your understanding of your native tongue. Latin has its roots in over 40 languages that are spoken around the world today. Having a good grasp of Latin may make it easier to learn new languages. Additionally, it has professional and personal applications. It is used in all the modern sciences, contributing to the vast vocabulary used in specialized fields, such as medicine, law, and sociology, among others. If you are having trouble learning Latin, or you simply want to keep ahead of the curve in class, an expert Latin tutor in Detroit, Michigan, may develop a study plan to try to help you make the most of your ability to succeed in your course.

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Latin Tutoring review by Andrew in Detroit, MI
This week, the student worked on a pair of Latin translation assignments for his class. While he is still working on vocabulary, I have noticed it getting better from week to week. There are many words that he could not remember before that he knows now, and others that take him a bit to remember, but which he can come up with. He continues to do well with finding many subordinate clauses and other phrases that can be bracketed off.
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Latin Tutoring review by Bradford in Detroit, MI
Finished review for final exam; went over reflexive pronouns and adjectives, deponent verbs, pronouns with the preposition cum, present active participles, the "naughty nine" adjectives, and indirect commands
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Latin Tutoring review by James in Detroit, MI
Student and tutor reviewed assigned sentences (translated into Latin from English), correcting several in which verbs were not correctly conjugated, and reviewing the procedure for arriving at the correct Latin forms of English verb forms, and vice-versa. Then student and tutor practiced vocabulary, focusing on meanings, from unit one stages 1-5 of the Latin Course.
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Latin Tutoring review by Kristie in Detroit, MI
I did a review of all the declensions and cases with her and she did very well. Since we were working on relative pronouns last time, I had found three online quizzes that she worked on and she missed no more than 1 or 2 per quiz. She has memorized the declension already, which is amazing! We started on Lesson 16 and the new grammar point is the past perfect or pluperfect tense. I told her how it was formed and how it was translated. She had translated the beginning story, so we went back and she picked out all of the pluperfect verbs and we retranslated them. We went to the next story and I had her tell me the tenses of all of the verbs in the first half and then she translated the whole story. She did very well. She has a good sense of putting things in order before she translates.
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Latin Tutoring review by Christopher in Detroit, MI
As the student is still having challenges with more complex sentences, this session was devoted almost entirely to the lesson readings. We continued to read the adaptation of the Trojan War story, and I tried to emphasize vocabulary, as this is another one of his problem areas. Since I'll be out of town for much of the rest of the week, I assigned a rather heavy load of practice work, including more English-Latin sentence composition.
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Latin Tutoring review by Anna in Detroit, MI
We started with an overview of the words from Chapter 12. The student was very quick with remembering how to identify the conjugation and declension of each verb and noun! Then we previewed the grammar for the chapter, which was a review of the uses of the verb "to be." Before we worked through the longer translation, the student read all the extra vocab words listed in the margins. I noticed him taking charge a great deal more, reading the words and coming up with related words in English! He had a lot of excellent questions about the history and many of the words! I noticed that the translation is coming more and more naturally to him, and some skills we were working on last time (like figuring out if a noun was to be translated as a subject or direct object) he was putting into practice easily this time. He has been making great progress and is a delight to work with!
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