The Most Comprehensive Latin Grammar Practice Site on the Internet
Between 10 and 50 exercises have been developed for each of the 266 grammar-packed pages of Anna Andresian's Looking at Latin visual grammar to help students of all ages practice and review everything from first conjugation verbs to double datives and more. Question types include multiple choice, true/false, fill-in-the-blank, matching, and short answer. With nearly 6,000 self-correcting, illustrated questions, you can guarantee mastery of Latin grammar, point by point, principal part by principal part.
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