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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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When you decided to study Latin, you were likely excited to learn the language that over 40 current world languages are now based on. However, once you started studying, it may have become more difficult to learn than you thought it would be. Don't give up on your dream of understanding the Latin language, because Varsity Tutors is happy to try to help you find an independent Latin tutor in Philadelphia, PA. No matter how challenging you find your Latin course, your tutor may potentially help to try to help you succeed.

Our educational directors may find an expert Latin tutor in Philadelphia who may design a study plan that focuses on your specific needs. Whether you were performing well in your class and then ran into trouble when faced with conjugating verbs or deciphering between passive and active voice, or you found the class a struggle from the first lesson, an experienced tutor may try to help you learn the language spoken in the Ancient Roman Empire.

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Session Summaries by Latin Tutors

Latin Tutoring review by Andrew in Philadelphia, PA
Today we did some final review for the student's Latin exam. She had a few areas she was concerned about, which we reviewed. First, we went over some of the verbal system again, as she struggled with how to keep the distinction between the imperfect and perfect tenses clear. I tried to straighten up some of the misconceptions she had there, and we reviewed the different forms and went over how all the tenses relate to one another, both in terms of form and meaning. After this, we took a look at pronominal adjectives, which are mostly like other adjectives, but have a few forms that instead correspond to pronouns. Again here we reviewed the basic concept, and I pointed out that all the pronominal adjectives have somewhat related meanings, as opposed to any old adjective off the street.
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Latin Tutoring review by Ralston in Philadelphia, PA
Reviewed one of her recent tests. Reviewed interrogative adjectives and pronouns, translation, verb forms, and the dative of possession. She simply needs to study consistently and occasionally have some things explained to her.
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Latin Tutoring review by Hannah in Philadelphia, PA
In our session, the student and I completed the prose composition exercise we began in the previous session. 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 and person, number, and tense of verbs. We reviewed temporal cum clauses and the third person demonstrative pronoun, is, ea, id. We also reviewed uses of the ablative case, infinitives, and the fourth declension. Now that the student understands the basics of Latin grammar, he will have to work toward mastering the four verb conjugations and five noun declensions so his parsing can continue to improve.
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Latin Tutoring review by Stephanie in Philadelphia, PA
The student and I went over her history homework question over the Byzantine Empire and Constantinople. We then went onto her Latin homework, I quizzed her on 17 vocab words. After that we worked on her math and decimals. We ended the session by working on her language arts and idioms - hyperboles - alliteration - simile - metaphors, etc.
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Latin Tutoring review by Christopher in Philadelphia, PA
Our session today was twofold: Latin and Classics. On the Latin side, the student did well on his last test. He had a few wrong answers on some worksheets to correct to receive extra credit, which he did under my supervision without needing much help. I also ran some verb conjugation drills to keep him on his toes; aside from a few slip-ups with the future tense of 3rd and 4th conjugation verbs, he did quite well. He made it through the assigned reading and successfully answered the questions associated with it; he was doing well enough by the end that we went ahead and did some of the readings he has upcoming for next week.
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Latin Tutoring review by Mary in Philadelphia, PA
Since the next chapter the student's class is about to start deals with the present perfect, we clarified the different types of past forms - imperfect and present perfect - in English before talking about the Latin formation. He did a good job with a pretty challenging topic and was doing quite well with recognizing the clues for perfect forms.
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