iiiThis Unit shows how the broad categories of Past, Present and Future Tenses can be divided up into moresubtle categories of time - the
. At this point, even with acursory acquaintance with these new tenses, you will have attained a more sophisticated knowledge of Verbs, which will enable you to tackle any passage from the Roman Missal.
UNIT 15 TRIPLE JUMP - THE PARTICIPLES 106
This Unit covers all you need to know about
- and provides thatextra breadth of experience necessary to understand the wider range of constructions which you willencounter.
REVISION 3 ; UNITS 11 - 15 115UNIT 16 2 FOR THE PRICE OF 1 - GERUNDS AND GERUNDIVES 119
In this Unit you will meet two very idiomatic constructions of the Latin language - the
- which look and sound alike but are totally distinct in their usage. Knowing how these formsare used and translated will greatly enhance your skill at making sense of your reading material.
UNIT 17 QUESTION TIME - INTERROGATIVES 124
This Unit provides you with every facet of the
necessary for you to recognise what sort of question is being asked in Latin. The full range of Interrogative words is set out and demonstrated in avariety of ways. Together they provide the finishing touches to the edifice of Latin constructions whichyou have been building up from the beginning of the Course.
UNIT 18 "THE MOST BEAUTIFUL THING THIS SIDE OF HEAVEN" 130
This Unit takes you through some aspects of the
Ordinary of the Mass
with special reference to thelanguage of Sacrifice and that which enhances the essentially
nature of the liturgy.
UNIT 19 HOW TO READ THE COLLECT, SECRETand POSTCOMMUNION141
This Unit aims to help those who are unfamiliar with the traditional Roman Missal to develop the art of reading the Orations (ie. the Collect, Secret and Postcommunion), and to discover the doctrinal content of these ancient prayers which were suppressed by revisers in the
but continue to enjoy anuntrammelled existence in the Tridentine Mass.
UNIT 20 PROPER OF CORPUS CHRISTI 152
In this Unit you are on your own! For the first time you will be required to read and understand an entire
Proper of the Mass
containing almost all of the grammatical points outlined throughout the Course. Youwill be expected to spot and identify familiar constructions, match them to their English equivalent on theother side of the page, and look up any new vocabulary in the generalised Word List at the end of thebook.
REVISION 4 : UNITS 1-20 159KEY TO EXERCISES 162WORD LIST 165