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Screech-Owls and Ovid. Some notes about the fear of the screech-owl in ancient Rome.
Perseus Morphology Tool. You can use this tool to find the dictionary form of Latin words, and you can also follow the link to look up the word in the Lewis & Short Latin dictionary online at Perseus.
Latin Verb Synopses. Check your knowledge of Latin verb forms with this handy Latin verb synopses test - it gives you immediate feedback about which forms you have answered correctly and which ones you need to try again.
Sequence of Tense. Notes to help you review the "sequence of tense" rules for the use of the Latin subjunctive in indirect question and ut clauses.
Wheelock Vocabulary. If you learned your Latin from Wheelock and want to review your vocabulary, you can use these flashcards and games at QUIA.com to do that. You can also use this Wheelock Glossary, that you can keep displayed on the screen while you are reading if that is helpful.
Fabulae Faciles. Some easy Latin to read, telling some of the most famous Greek myths (Perseus, etc.). This is the text portion of Ritchie's Fabulae Faciles: A First Latin Reader.
Roman Finger Multiplication: Not only did the Romans count on their fingers - I is one finger, V stands for 5 fingers (the whole hand), and X is 10 fingers (two hands, wrist to wrist - they also multiplied on their fingers. Learn how they did that!
Latin Google. Yes, you can have your Google interface in Latin!
Latin Weather. Yes, you can get the local Norman weather in Latin!
Roman Calendar Online. You can use this website to find the Roman calendar equivalents for modern dates, and also to learn about interesting features of the Roman calendar system, like the dies fasti and nefasti! Here is the Roman Calendar for