Course has about 500 lessons, and each lesson takes about 30 minutes to complete.


(about 2 lessons)
Latin in our daily life
History and development of the Latin language
About Roman Life (Meals, Calendar and time, Social classes, The Roman military, Shopping in ancient Rome, The Roman baths)
Latin vocabulary, abbreviations, mottoes and quotes still in use today

(about 11 lessons)
Presentation of the Latin alphabet letters with their sounds
A living and sounding alphabet: description of the Latin alphabet illustrated with the sounds produced by the animals, by Iohannis Amos Comenius, European scholar of the 17th century
Exercise 1 focuses on the recognition of the alphabet sounds.
Exercise 2 focuses on the spelling of words where each letter is pronounced as an alphabet letter.

Reading and Vocabulary
80 lessons with 12 texts (nouns, adjectives, verbs, phrases or sentences) per lesson
Color picture, Latin pronunciation, Latin text, English translation
Each lesson has 5 exercises. The exercise score is increased if the response is correct with the first try.
Exercise 1 tests and teaches sound comprehension.
Exercise 2 tests and teaches sound discrimination.
Exercise 3 tests and teaches reading comprehension.
Exercise 4 tests and teaches spelling.
Exercise 5 practices handwriting.

(about 8 lessons)
Pronunciation rules
Vowels and consonants
Basic sounds and their pronunciation
Sounds of letter combinations and their pronunciation
Melodic pronunciation of poetry (prosody), Quantity (long/short) of vowels and syllables, accent
Syllabication: example words are broken into syllables; each syllable can be heard individually and the individual syllables
are slowly fused together to make the word pronunciation

Accents and Punctuation
(about 1 lesson)
Description of the punctuation system in use in classical and medieval Latin
Description of the accent system to note the long/short sound of vowels

Structure of the Language
(about 8 lessons)
Conjugation and declension
Gender of nouns
Gender and number of adjectives
About the order of words
Latin does not have articles

Parts of Speech
(total of 260 lessons)
Nouns (about 13 lessons)
  • Masculine nouns
  • Feminine nouns
  • Neuter nouns
  • Double gender
  • Declensions
  • Cases and prepositions that go with each case
  • Exercises
Adjectives (about 25 lessons)
  • Regular adjectives
  • Comparative adjectives
  • Superlative adjectives
  • Numeral adjectives
  • Adjectives agree with nouns
  • Exercises
Pronouns (about 19 lessons)
  • Demonstrative pronouns
  • Possessive pronouns
  • Personal pronouns
  • Reflexive pronouns
  • Relative pronouns
  • Interrogative pronouns
  • Indefinite pronouns
  • Exercises
Verbs (about 199 lessons)
  • Conjugation groups
  • Voices
  • Moods
  • Tense
  • Conjugation of verbs
  • The negative sentence
  • The interrogative sentence
  • The conditional sentence
  • Exercises

Conjunctions (about 1 lesson)
  • Key conjunctions and illustrated example sentences

Adverbs (about 1 lesson)
  • Key adverbs and illustrated example sentences

Prepositions (about 1 lesson)
  • Key prepositions and illustrated example sentences

Interjections (about 1 lesson)
  • Key interjections and illustrated example sentences

Basics of Latin grammar
(about 38 lessons)
Summary for all declension patterns
Summary for all case uses
Summary for all conjugation patterns
Summary for all mood uses
Summary for all tense uses

Latin stories
(about 42 lessons)
This section gives examples of authentic Latin literature and shows the limits of the translation process.
Illustrated examples showing the limits of the translation process and the importance of the context
42 texts by Caesar, Catullus, Comenius, Cicero, Hyginus, Lampridius, Ovid, Phaedrus, Plinius, Seneca, Servus, and Vergil, with their translation and grammar explanations.

Reference tool for a better understanding of the classical texts proposed in the "Latin Stories" section.
Over 200 entries describing the people and places mentioned in the "latin stories", with illustrations and reference maps.

The twelve labors of Hercules
(about 45 lessons)
"The 12 labors of Hercules": an illustrated story (after Hyginus)
=> Exercises 1 and 2: review of the vocabulary
=> Exercise 3: review of cases and declension
=> Exercise 4: sound comprehension
=> Exercises 5 and 6: reading comprehension
=> Exercise 7: review of cases and declension
=> Exercise 8: review of the conjugations
=> Exercise 9: review of the declensions
=> Exercises 10 and 11: review of the conjugations
=> Exercise 12: review of the Latin stories

Includes the vocabulary of the course: more than 1400 entries (most of them with illustrations).
For each entry, you find the following:
(a) spelling
(b) translation English-Latin and Latin-English
(c) part of speech
(d) sound
(e) indication of gender
(f) reference to declension or conjugation patterns
(g) picture (when available)
(h) English derived word (when available)