Try these unconventional Latin Vocabulary learning techniques – developed over more than 30 years with the help of many willing (or less willing!) pupils themselves

 

Now also with REVISION NOTES and PRACTICE QUESTIONS for Common Entrance, Junior Academic Scholarship and GCSE

 

 

 

Vir Drinks Beer…

This site contains all the Latin language information you need for Public Exams up to and including GCSE at 16+, including:

 

·       LATIN VOCABULARY LISTS on dedicated pages for CE, Junior Scholarship and GCSE, with derivatives and VDB's special prompts to help you remember them

·       REVISION TIPS and PRACTICE for Common Entrance questions (all Levels)

·       PAGES ON ALL THE INDIVIDUAL SYNTAX CONSTRUCTIONS you need to know for the GCSE Language papers, with explanations, charts and practice questions

·       DOWNLOADABLE PDF format GRAMMAR SHEETS for all Levels of the Common Entrance paper

·       A 'GUIDE TO ANSWERING THE GREEK MYTHOLOGY QUESTION' (PDF) for CE Question 4


  
CLICK ON THE MENU ON THE LEFT!

 

ON OTHER PAGES....

 

  

  Why not look too at the "HOMO IN OMNIBUS" section of this web-site?

Let the 'Man on a Bus' show you around Rome...

 

This is designed to give you some 'specimen guided-tours', often from a bus (or at least using public transport) around modern-day Rome.

 After you have explored these pages, you may want to contact me and request a personalised tour of your own for when you next visit the Eternal City! I would be very happy to help.

 

NEW SECTION COMING SOON...

            Available for preview now: 

 



VIR IN VIA

….new pages of walking tours around Rome


Aiming to complement the bus-based "Homo in Omnibus" tours, VIR IN VIA will take you through the old medieval streets and alleyways to visit many more places of interest around the city - places you just can't get to on the bus (with refreshment suggestions along the way!)

For more information, click here - or use the link on the left: many of the tours now have a map of the route they follow, to give a preview of the streets visited.

 

 

NOW ALSO BEING SERVED...

 

 CENA PARATA....!


Serve your own Roman Banquet!

Try out our tried-and-tested Roman Recipes for  a 3-course spread, fit for an Emperor!

 


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Future Projects 

  • The Olympic Game: build-your-own Mythology boardgame
  •   et plura...!

 

 

This site is under construction.  Please check back regularly.