Archive for October, 2014

Guide to Impersonal Latin Verbs Posted by on Oct 23, 2014

The following is for your reference use for impersonal verbs.  Impersonal verbs usually do not have a subject or nominative instead there is an implied (he, she, it).  However they can take nominative in certain sentence structure. Most of these impersonal verbs will take either an accusative, dative, genitive, or rarely an ablative. followed by the…

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Scary Stories From Ancient Rome Posted by on Oct 16, 2014

Happy Halloween! Some of the first scary stories were told and recorded in Latin, and while sure there have been scary stories from all cultures and times- we are focusing on Latin and Ancient Rome. The following list is comprised of stories I have read, learned about, or researched that scared me, disturbed me, or…

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Emperor Commodus, Vladmir Putin and Hercules Posted by on Oct 8, 2014

Salvete Omnes, This week I was torn on what to write about until yesterday. Yesterday was Putin’s birthday and with it an interesting art exhibit in his honor. Thus, this post will be a news jacking post. I do hope you enjoy.   Hercules also known as Herakles was a renowned and famous demigod that…

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TV Shows that have Latin Posted by on Oct 2, 2014

Salvete Omnes! I hope everyone is enjoying their first taste of fall. In sunny sunny California, I am grateful for the cool down in the weather. But even more so, I am excited for the return of all my favorite shows! So this week I would like to take a moments and pay attention to…

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