Drills to Accompany Artes Latinae
Latin Flash Drill provides paradigm chart drills on forms for the major parts of speech: nouns, pronouns, adjectives, and verbs (indicative and subjunctive, regular and irregular). All drills request full forms and can usually correct separately for stems and endings. There is also an introductory section on grammar that should help to decipher the terminology involved in understanding a new language. For use with both levels.
Latin Flash Drill 4.0 for Windows http://www.centaursystems.com/demos/demolfdw.zip
Latin Flash Drill 4.0 for Macintosh 10.0-10.5 http://www.centaursystems.com/demos/demolfdx.zip
Latin Flash Drill 4.0 for Macintosh 10.6 http://www.centaursystems.com/demos/demolfda.zip
Latin Vocab Drill offers a flashcard-style drill on vocabulary with a variety of support and format options, including English derivative hints and corrective feedback on stems and endings. Any combination of word lists can be drilled at one time, and a customized review list can be created and worked on over multiple sessions. There are separate LVD packages for Level I and Level II.
Latin Vocab Drill 4.0 for Windows http://www.centaursystems.com/demos/demolvdw.zip
Latin Vocab Drill 4.0 for Macintosh 10.1-10.5 http://www.centaursystems.com/demos/demolvdx.zip
Latin Vocab Drill 4.0 for Macintosh 10.6 http://www.centaursystems.com/demos/demolvda.zip
Both sets of drills can be scored, and a careful record of your progress made. Installation of each program requires 6 MB of hard drive space.
Reference instructions for all of these demos, if needed, can be found at:
For more information:
Latin Flash Drill 4.0 http://www.centaursystems.com/catalog/lfd.html
Latin Vocab Drill 4.0 http://www.centaursystems.com/catalog/lvd.html
Comments and Reviews
There is no doubt that my students who have used your grammar and vocabulary drills have a better grasp of Latin than those who have not.
— John Hansen
Westmoore High School & Univ. of Central Oklahoma
...provides our students with much more practice, and we like being able to keep track of their progress. Our students think the program is great.
— Tom Tuthill
St. Louis Priory School