Visual Latin Errata, Lesson 14: Test 14

I received this question: – How is the translation of a quo (#12)both A) from where AND c) from whom? And, no pun intended, when was this taught? I can’t find it.  – Related to this, #22, A quo venit aqua? Based on the lesson I would personally...

Second Year Latin: Test 20

Tomorrow is the last day of filming for Word Up.  Well, the last day for filming words, anyway. We will spend another week making me look like an idiot. Word Up, Volumes 2 and 3, should be available for sale before the next school year.   Of course, Word Up, Volume 1...

Covid-19 and Climate Change

This would be funny if it weren’t so true.  But, then again… it’s still funny. ================================================= Scientists Who Didn’t Predict A Single Thing Accurately For Last Two Months Confident They Know What The Weather Is...

Made a long day less long…

These days I am writing for Word Up: Volume’s 2 and 3.  It’s a long process.   Honestly, I am getting a bit frustrated.  English is a slippery language.  But, you knew that already.     I took a break from Word Up to go answer emails.  This was in my...

I almost emailed her back….

I received this series of questions: I’ve been worming my way through the vocab lists, making myself flashcards so I can more easily drill myself on this bewildering number of words.  Since I really like to know *everything* that a word means, I’ve been...

Could I see an example class?

People are often confused by all that I offer.  That’s fine.  Here’s what’s going on. Visual Latin is a professionally filmed series.  I do not personally sell it.  It is available here from Compass Classroom. Once they have completed Visual...

Coronavirus silver lining

I agree 100% with Dr. Gary North.  “The greatest enemy of freedom in American history has been the public school system.” But, hey.  Silver lining.  The public schools are closed. Last week, Dr. North published the following on his site:...