| Date Added
|| Imperatives and Negative Commands
|| This video briefly introduces the use of the present active imperative.
|| Vocative Case
|| A review of declensions and an overview of the vocative case
|| Present Active Participles
|| An introduction to present active participles and their forms
|| demonstrative / pseudo-pronoun: is, ea, id
|| Latintutorial on youtube does a great job providing an overview of the forms and usage of this word
|| Perfect Passive Participles
|| Another form of the verb, this one has properties of adjectives, too!
|| Positive Adverbs
|| We see how to take words like "quick" or "heavy" and convert them into adverbs like "quickly" or "heavily"
|| Passive Voice: Present System
|| We see how verbs can be adjusted so that "Marcus stabs Gnaeus" can be rendered "Gnaeus is stabbed by Marcus"
|| Passive Voice: Perfect System
|| In a change from other verb forms, we see that in the perfect tenses, we need to use 2 words to express our verbal idea
|| Subjunctive: Present Tense
|| Used for many things, we learn the subjunctive specifically here for the "hortatory" use, enjoining your companions to take part in an action; "let's learn about it!"
|| Imperfect Subjunctive
|| Also used for a great many things, we learn the imperfect subjunctive in order to express unfulfilled wishes; "if only we were learning Latin in all of our classes!"