Every week, students ask me how to memorize the Latin endings. Unfortunately, there is no easy way to do it. You simply have to work. This free “chalkboard” series shows you exactly what to do.
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If you want a more professionally filmed experience, check out the best-selling DVD series: Visual Latin. Or, if you want to skip Latin, and just jump right into learning English words from Latin and Greek roots, you may enjoy the series Word up! Warning. Word up! is a bit wacky. You will learn a lot… but, you may find yourself rolling your eyes, too.
Okay. On to the Latin endings…
#1: Sum, es, est….
#2: The First Declension
#3: The Second Declension
#4: The Second Declension (Neuter)
#5: The Second Declension (Words ending in “r”, or “er”).
#6: Third Declension Nouns
#7: Third Declension Neuter Nouns
#8: Third Declension I-Stem Nouns
#9: Fourth Declension Nouns
#10: 4th Declension Neuter Nouns
#11: 5th Declension Nouns
#12: 1st Person Personal Pronouns
#13: 2nd Person Personal Pronouns
#14: 3rd Person Personal Pronouns
#15: Demonstrative Pronouns
#16: Demonstrative Pronouns, part 2