Sunday, August 19, 2007

Latin Practice, Consecutive Clauses

This recording contains alternating English and Latin for sentences using consecutive clauses.

Consecutive clauses are used to express the consequence of an action. A typical example is
The man was so brave that everyone praised him.

If you need to review how consecutive clauses are formed (or what they are), first read: North and Hillard on consecutive clauses.

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