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PENSVM D
  
What is PENSVM D?
PENSVM D is a set of lectures and worksheets developed to accompany Hans Ørberg’s Lingua Latina per se Illustrata series and to reinforce the lessons in the book titled Latine Disco.  All of the texts in Ørberg’s LLPSI series are available for purchase from Focus' website at www.focusbookstore.com.

Why should I use PENSVM D?
PENSVM D
is meant to develop your understanding of the grammar and syntax found in each chapter of the Lingua Latina per se Illustrata series (Pars I: Familia Romana and
Pars II: Roma Aeterna.)  While these elements of grammar and syntax are introduced naturally through the reading of the text, and while the explanations of these elements are introduced in the margin notes systematically as the student encounters them, Hans Ørberg’s invaluable accompanying text to the LLPSI series called Latine Disco gives a full explanation, in English, of every relevant new grammatical and syntactic feature in the text.  PENSVM D reinforces the lessons taught in the Disco.

Where do I find the answers to PENSVM D?
The answers to PENSVM D are introduced in the Latine Disco text and explained in the lectures linked to this page.  To answer the questions on the worksheet, you should read the corresponding section in the Disco and listen to the lecture linked on this page. 

When should I use PENSVM D?
The best time to complete
PENSVM D is just before the chapter test.  In short, you should read the chapter (multiple times), work through and correct all of the Exercitia, study the vocabulary and margin notes, and complete PENSA A, B, C, and D. PENSVM D is the last activity you should complete before taking the chapter test.

How do I complete PENSVM D?
First, print the PENSVM D worksheet for your chapter.  Second, read the appropriate section from Latine Disco.  Third, watch the PENSVM D video on this page and answer the questions on the worksheet.  You may need to pause the video frequently to do this.  Some answers may require a little extra research in the Latine Disco or the Grammatica Latina, but most should be clear from the explanations in the video.

How long will PENSVM D take?
Depending on the chapter, PENSVM D should take approximately
30 to 60 minutes
.

What are the Continental and American case systems mentioned in PENSVM D?
LLPSI uses the Contintental case order:  nominative, accusative, genitive, dative, ablative.  Most American texts and universities use a different order: nominative, genitive, dative, accusative, ablative.  The PENSVM D videos on this site mention both orders for those who adjusting to the new case order of the text.
  
What if I have trouble with PENSVM D?
If you have trouble with PENSVM D or have questions about this page, please e-mail the author of this blog.


CHAPTER 1
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CHAPTER 2
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CHAPTER 3
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CHAPTER 4
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CHAPTER 5
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CHAPTER 6
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CHAPTER 7
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CHAPTER 8
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CHAPTER 9
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CHAPTER 10
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CHAPTER 11
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CHAPTER 12
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CHAPTER 13
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CHAPTER 14
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CHAPTER 15
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CHAPTER 16
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CHAPTER 17
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CHAPTER 18
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CHAPTER 19
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CHAPTER 20
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CHAPTER 21
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CHAPTER 22
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CHAPTER 23
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*12:51 "-ntēs, -ntōs" should be "-ntēs, -ntēs"
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CHAPTER 24
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CHAPTER 25
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CHAPTER 26
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CHAPTER 27
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CHAPTER 28
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CHAPTER 29
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CHAPTER 30
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CHAPTER 31
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CHAPTER 32
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CHAPTER 33
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CHAPTER 34
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CHAPTER 35
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CHAPTER 36
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CHAPTER 37
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CHAPTER 38
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CHAPTER 39
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CHAPTER 40
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CHAPTER 41
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CHAPTER 42
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CHAPTER 43
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CHAPTER 44
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CHAPTER 45
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CHAPTER 46
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CHAPTER 47
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CHAPTER 48
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CHAPTER 49
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CHAPTER 50
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CHAPTER 51
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CHAPTER 52
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CHAPTER 53
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CHAPTER 54
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CHAPTER 55
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CHAPTER 56
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LECTURES
These are audio-only versions of the videos above. Some of you may prefer this audioAn asterisk next to a tutorial indicates a correction listed at the bottom of this page.
CAPITVLVM PRIMVM
CAPITVLVM SECVNDVM
CAPITVLVM TERTIVM
CAPITVLVM  QVARTVM
CAPITVLVM  QVINTVM
CAPITVLVM SEXTVM
CAPITVLVM SEPTIMVM
CAPITVLVM OCTAVVM
CAPITVLVM  NONVM
CAPITVLVM DECIMVM
CAPITVLVM VNDECIMVM
CAPITVLVM DVODECIMVM
CAPITVLVM TERTIVM DECIMVM
CAPITVLVM QVARTVM DECIMVM
CAPITVLVM QVINTVM DECIMVM
CAPITVLVM SEXTVM DECIMVM
CAPITVLVM SEPTIMVM DECIMVM
CAPITVLVM DVODEVICESIMVM
CAPITVLVM VNDEVICESIMVM
CAPITVLVM VICESIMVM
CAPITVLVM VNVM ET VICESIMVM
CAPITVLVM ALTERVM ET VICESIMVM
CAPITVLVM VICESIMVM TERTIVM*
CAPITVLVM VICESIMVM QVARTVM
CAPITVLVM VICESIMVM QVINTVM
CAPITVLVM VICESIMVM SEXTVM
CAPITVLVM VICESIMVM SEPTIMVM
CAPITVLVM DVODETRICESIMVM
CAPITVLVM VNDETRICESIMVM
CAPITVLVM TRICESIMVM
CAPITVLVM VNVM ET TRICESIMVM
CAPITVLVM ALTERVM ET TRICESIMVM
CAPITVLVM TRICESIMVM TERTIVM
CAPITVLVM TRICESIMVM QVARTVM
CAPITVLVM TRICESIMVM QVINTVM
CAPITVLVM TRICESIMVM SEXTVM
CAPITVLVM TRICESIMVM SEPTIMVM
CAPITVLVM DVODEQVADRAGESIMVM
CAPITVLVM VNDEQVADRAGESIMVM
CAPITVLVM QVADRAGESIMVM
CAPITVLVM VNVM ET QVADRAGESIMVM
CAPITVLVM ALTERVM ET QVADRAGESIMVM
CAPITVLVM QVADRAGESIMVM TERTIVM
CAPITVLVM QVADRAGESIMVM QVARTVM
CAPITVLVM QVADRAGESIMVM QVINTVM
CAPITVLVM QVADRAGESIMVM SEXTVM
CAPITVLVM QVADRAGESIMVM SEPTIMVM
CAPITVLVM DVODEQVINQVAGESIMVM
CAPITVLVM VNDEQVINQVAGESIMVM
CAPITVLVM QVINQVAGESIMVM
CAPITVLVM VNVM ET QVINQVAGESIMVM
CAPITVLVM ALTERVM ET QVINQVAGESIMVM
CAPITVLVM QVINQVAGESIMVM TERTIVM
CAPITVLVM QVINQVAGESIMVM QVARTVM
CAPITVLVM QVINQVAGESIMVM QVINTVM
CAPITVLVM QVINQVAGESIMVM SEXTVM

*Corrections
CAP. XXIII - 12:51 "-ntēs, -ntōs" should be "-ntēs, -ntēs"

4 comments:

  1. Thank you sir! This shall certainly help accelerate my understanding of Latin.

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  2. I do, as well, thank you. Especially, for putting forth the time and effort to produce and post such invaluable material. Thanks, again!

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  3. We are using this book and you materials for the summer to keep fresh for our regular Latin Classes. Your work sheets and accompanying videos are the best !!!

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  4. Is there an answer sheet for these?

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