In one of my online Latin classes, the First Year Henle Latin class, we take a grammatical approach to learning Latin. Unfortunately, there is simply never enough time to cover all that we need to cover.
With this in mind, I am launching a new Chalkboard series on YouTube. Called “Diagramming English,” this series will take you from the most basic sentence diagrams in English to the most advanced diagrams. After diagramming the sentences, you will learn to translate the sentences into Latin.
It would make me happy if this series was useful to all English learners, not just Latin learners. In fact, you do not even need to know Latin to benefit.
How to Diagram a Subject and Verb
How to Diagram Direct Objects
How to Diagram Possessive Prepositional Phrases
How to Diagram Indirect Objects or the Dative Case
How to Diagram Predicate Nominatives
How to Diagram a Prepositional Phrase
How to Diagram Subordinating Conjunctions
Diagraming English, Henle Lesson 47
More Indirect Objects: Henle Latin 19:10 and 20:2