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This is a full-year course on the fundamentals of the Latin language. The first semester and part of the second emphasize learning basic grammar; the rest of the second semester is devoted to reading selections from Latin poetry (e.g., Ovid’s Metamorphoses) and from Latin prose (e.g., Pliny’s Letters).
Format: lecture; recitation/discussion
Grading: yes pass/fail option,
yes fifth course option
frequent quizzes, tests, classroom exercises, and a final exam
none; this course is designed for the student with no previous preparation in Latin or with only a little Latin who wishes a refresher; students with some previous experience in Latin may want to enroll in CLLA 102 only (consult the department)
credit granted only if both semesters (CLLA 101 and 102) are taken