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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 or your student needs language assistance, consider contacting Varsity Tutors today, and we can find a Milwaukee Latin tutor for you. Milwaukee Latin tutoring can help both individuals of all backgrounds. Whether you have a high school student taking Latin as part of their language requirements or you need to learn Latin for your career, such as medicine, this is a useful learning opportunity that can help you reach for your language goals.

How can a Milwaukee Latin tutor near me help me become more fluent?

Latin is considered a dead language, meaning it is no longer spoken within a community. It is considered the parent language of the Romance languages, such as French, Italian, and Spanish. Many people find themselves studying Latin when they decide to attend school for medicine, theology, and even legal professions. However, it can also help you understand and appreciate the modern-day Romance languages, too. There is no pressure to develop a specific accent or way of speaking, so students can focus on the nuances of the language instead.

A Milwaukee Latin tutor can supplement your study in a variety of ways. Because tutoring is offered one-on-one, lessons can be adapted to your needs, and you'll remain a priority for each session. Your academic mentor can create a customized study plan that works for you, with your growth and needs in mind. You and your instructor can take each lesson step by step, slowing down when you need more help and moving through the material when you find something easy to understand.

Milwaukee Latin tutors can use their expertise to help you understand and get the most out of the Latin language. While there are many Latin words that are nearly identical to English, such as "finis" for "finish", sometimes the way sentences are structured can take on a completely different meaning. Latin does not use the same word order as English, which can make it tricky to grasp in the beginning. Other areas that can make learning the language tricky include the use of nouns. Certain nouns that are female might also be used for animals or things that are considered feminine, such as the word "flamma" for "flame". There is also a third noun in Latin known as a neuter noun for things that are neither male or female. Taking the time to go over these nuances with an instructor can make a difference in how much you or your student understand the Latin language.

Milwaukee Latin tutors can help you with a variety of techniques that can further your understanding and appreciation of Latin. For example, if you or your student learn best with visual aids, your instructor can use flashcards or objects to represent certain words, such as plastic vegetables to help you recall the Latin word for each item. Some people learn best when they see the word physically written down, and are able to build upon their knowledge this way. Since it is possible you'll come across Latin words in various disciplines such as science or law, seeing them in written form can help you understand how they are used.

Although learning a dead language might seem overwhelming at first, consistent repetition and taking time while working through difficult subjects can help. Your instructor can also go over topics such as Latin history and common phrases you'll run into both in your Latin studies and related areas, such as theology or medicine.

How can I make time to study with Milwaukee Latin tutors?

One of the major benefits of choosing private instruction is the flexibility associated with it. We can review your or your family's schedule and take a closer look at your student's learning needs. From there, we can do the work to identify someone who has the necessary skills and is available when you have time. This makes it easier to pursue your language goals without cutting into prior commitments.

Milwaukee Latin tutoring can occur either online or in person. If you choose to meet with your instructor online, you'll do so over the Live Learning Platform. This gives you the chance to engage in face-to-face video chat and make use of tools such as the virtual whiteboard. If necessary, you can even watch recordings of previous sessions to help you with writing, or other concepts you've studied. By choosing online instruction, you or your student can work on your language skills without ever leaving home.

If you'd rather work have Milwaukee Latin tutoring in person, we can find someone who is ready and willing to help you. You can meet at a location you choose, such as your home, a coffee shop, or even the Milwaukee Public Library.

Varsity Tutors also offers online Latin language courses. These are live lessons that are held in a virtual classroom with an expert instructor and other students. Together, you can work with your classmates toward building fluency and confidence in your Latin skills. There are multiple course sections with different days and times available, allowing you to enroll in one that matches your schedule the best.

How can I get started with a Milwaukee Latin tutor near me?

If you or your student is ready to focus on building Latin skills while working around scheduling requirements, we can help. Let us know when and where you want to meet, and we can find a qualified individual who meets your needs.

Contact Varsity Tutors today to connect with an experienced Milwaukee Latin tutor. We can normally find a qualified instructor for you in as little as 24 hours, allowing you to get started on building your language skills with the help of a professional. Our educational consultants are ready to help you find the right person to assist you in your Latin language skills, no matter if you or your student are just starting out, or if you need advanced instruction. We look forward to hearing from you soon as you build upon your understanding of the Latin language.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Latin Tutoring review by Andrew in Milwaukee, WI
This week, we worked on some more preparation for the student's final exam. He had a new passage to prepare that will to show up on the exam, as well as a list of other passages to review that they've translated through the past couple months. We started out with the new passage, which took some time, but didn't particularly give him too much trouble. When this was completed, with all the Latin sentences diagrammed and then translated, we went back to one of the earlier passages to review. Here, our progress was slower, and some of his partial memories of the passage in question ended up interfering with his translation, as he would guess wrong rather than deal with what was actually there. This coming weekend we should make more progress on the review front.
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Latin Tutoring review by Bradford in Milwaukee, WI
Finished the remaining questions from the student's final test of the previous year. Covered vocative case and imperfect tense verbs. Translated several paragraphs from student's textbook as grammatical practice
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Latin Tutoring review by James in Milwaukee, WI
Tutor and student reviewed assigned translations. In his translations student handled verbs well in general, but the translations were hampered by unfamiliarity with declensions of nouns, so then Tutor and student reviewed these, using sentence-completions on the Latin Course website.
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Latin Tutoring review by Ralston in Milwaukee, WI
Went ahead to studying Chapter 26 material (vocabulary) and reviewing grammar from past chapters through translation. The student's vocabulary is decent and improving.
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Latin Tutoring review by James in Milwaukee, WI
We discussed the grammatical concepts behind the perfect and imperfect tenses, as well as the difference between imperative and indicative moods in Latin. We also discussed the meanings of the four principle parts of a Latin verb and why they are useful to know.
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Latin Tutoring review by Hannah in Milwaukee, WI
In our session, the student and I translated the Latin passage on p. 28 of his textbook. First, I asked him to read each sentence aloud in Latin and identify the verb(s), subject(s), direct object(s), and indirect object(s). I also asked him to identify the case, number, and gender of nouns as well as the person, number, and tense of verbs. I directed him to look up unfamiliar vocabulary in the back of his textbook and helped him use his parsing to accurately translate. We also reviewed charts for second and third declension nouns to remind him of those endings. The student's parsing continues to improve and this is helping him in both translation and prose composition.
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