Monday Latin with Robert Kowalski

This intermediate-level course concludes the Oxford Latin Course, Parts I-III, introducing further Latin vocabulary and grammatical concepts through readings and exercises, while following the recommended text to allow easy reference and practice between sessions. This course is delivered as a series of interactive workshops where active participation is encouraged, suitable for B2 level students or those who have completed all levels of Latin up to 202 (approx. 145 hours of tuition). Students should study the upcoming material before each meeting and complete the set homework exercises. This is an essential part of learning and revising.


  • Online


  • Oxford Latin Course Part III: Student's Book (Oxford University Press: 1997), ISBN: 9780199122288
  • Oxford Latin Reader 2nd Edition (Oxford University Press: 1997), ISBN: 9780195212099

Supplier: Abbey's Language Book Centre
Please note that textbook cost is not included in the course fee. In the event of a course being cancelled WEA cannot be held responsible for the purchase of any textbooks. We therefore suggest you purchase your textbooks closer to the time of the course commencing.


The course consolidates knowledge from material studied in earlier levels based on Chapters 50-54 of the above text covering the following new grammar topics:

  • nouns and adjectives: gerunds and gerundives
  • syntax and other: gerundives of obligation; predicative dative; relative pronouns with the subjunctive; uses of ut.

The course then studies a selection of classical texts from the Oxford Latin Reader in class, reviewing the grammatical constructions and syntax, and discussing the texts in their cultural and historical perspective.


By the end of this course, students should be able to:

  1. translate and explain the use of and difference between the gerund and the gerundive.
  2. recognise and translate the various use of the conjunction ut
  3. translate short unedited passages of original Latin authors
  4. discuss the literary and stylistic choices made by different authors
  5. explain the relevance of the cultural and historical context on the style and content of the selected texts.


If you are a new WEA Student and enrol into a language class and subsequently find that you are at the wrong level (whether too high or too low), you are permitted to transfer into another more suitable class at no additional cost, provided that the request is made within the first two classes and is in writing from your tutor directly to the Education Manager. After that point, an administration fee of $30 will apply.

$283 Limited / $255

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