Amo, Amas, Amat (Latin)

Quod me nutrit me destruit.

The thought of studying Latin might might you feel like a small child faced with a plate of broccoli or an out-of-shape adult facing the treadmill. The analogies aren’t too far off the mark: all of these examples take training, require a good attitude, and can be made fun. (Veggieman, anyone?)

This summer, join Classical Conversations Communications Director Jennifer Courtney and challenge your brain with a little pain-free Latin practice. Read more: Poolside Latin, Anyone? Summer Studies. To make your task easier and more interactive, Classical Conversations is excited to announce a new resource, available at the end of June: Latin Trivium Tables!

Watch the video below to see more features.

I hope you’ll join us. And remember—Perfer et obdura; dolor hic tibi proderit olim.

(Until you get your noun declensions down, Google Translate should do the trick.)

close window

Service Times & Directions