CLSL-101-01 Intermediate Latin
Fall for 2016-2017
Intermediate Latin is intended for students who have successfully completed Latin I at Georgetown or have otherwise acquired the ability to read Latin texts in the original, with a good basic knowledge of vocabulary and grammar. While these same elements (vocabulary, morphology, syntax) will be constantly reviewed and constitute an essential part of home and class work, a new stress will be increasingly posed on matters related to literary genres, poetic diction, rhetoric, meter, etc. In fact, students will be introduced to handling Latin literature directly, and especially through the study of those very authors that represent the basis for virtually all grammatical notions and abstractions so far learned, i.e. Cicero and Virgil.

Intermediate Latin fulfills the language requirement in the College.
Credits: 4
Prerequisites: CLSL 001 and CLSL 002

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CLSL-101-02 Intermediate Latin
Fall for 2016-2017
Intermediate Latin is intended for students who have successfully completed Latin I at Georgetown or have otherwise acquired the ability to read Latin texts in the original, with a good basic knowledge of vocabulary and grammar. While these same elements (vocabulary, morphology, syntax) will be constantly reviewed and constitute an essential part of home and class work, a new stress will be increasingly posed on matters related to literary genres, poetic diction, rhetoric, meter, etc. In fact, students will be introduced to handling Latin literature directly, and especially through the study of those very authors that represent the basis for virtually all grammatical notions and abstractions so far learned, i.e. Cicero and Virgil.

Intermediate Latin fulfills the language requirement in the College.
Credits: 4
Prerequisites: CLSL 001 and CLSL 002
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