Ex Nihilo Nihil Fit
"Nothing comes from nothing," — it is used as a reminder that hard work is always required to achieve something.
"Happy fault" — an apparent mistake or disaster that ends up having surprisingly beneficial consequences.
Hannibal Ad Portas
To the people of Rome, the threat of an attack from Hannibal made him something of a bogeyman, and as a result, Romans would often tell their stubborn children that Hanniabl ad portas—"Hannibal is at the gates".
The present tense in the Indicative Mood has both Active and Passive voices.
Latin Imperfect Tense
The imperfect tense in Latin is used for both continuous and habitual actions in the past. Ex.: I was walking - ambulabam.
Latin Future Tense
The future tense is the verb tense used to describe a future event or state of being. Ex.: He will walk - ambulabit.
Ancient Greek and Latin consisted of a verb-final sentence structure while Modern Greek has changed into a VSO or SVO structure.
Latin and Greek languages have different alphabets.
A large number of scientific and technical words stemmed from Greek roots while Latin lent words to many other languages.
Although Greek and Latin share many grammatical features such as gender, cases, noun inflections, certain subtle differences between Greek and Latin can be noted in their origins and history.
Currently, we offer only online classes. Students see and hear their instructor and their peers, facilitating an engaging class environment. You can expect 9-11 hrs. of homework time each week.Etsile Thusego, Educator at Bettexse Language School