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Season 1, Latin, Episode 9

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Dr. Fleming and Eleanor Lacy take up the Fourth Conjugation, the imperfect tense, and discuss a little Roman religion. Original Air Date: May 18, 2017 Show Run Time: 49 minutes Show Guest(s): Eleanor Lacy Show Host(s): Dr. Thomas Fleming This Podcast is available for Gold subscribers and higher.   The Fleming Foundation Presents Latin℗ is a Production of the Fleming Foundation. Copyright 2017. All Rights are Reserved.

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Season 1, Latin, Episode 8

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Join Dr. Fleming on another episode of “Dialogues with a Young Latin Teacher” featuring Eleanor Lacy. This lesson begins with the fifth declension and the use and formation of the imperfect indicative. Program Notes: A.  Clarifying Texts   Cum essem parvulus, loquebar ut parvulus, cogitabam ut parvulus. Quando autem factus sum vir, evacuavi quæ erant parvuli. Videmus nunc per speculum in ænigmate: tunc autem facie ad faciem. Nunc cognosco ex parte: tunc autem cognoscam sicut et cognitus sum. Nunc autem manent fides, spes, caritas, tria hæc: major autem horum est caritas. B  Pedagogy :  Questions from Eleanor C  Nouns  ...

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Latin, Episode 7

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Join Dr. Fleming on this special “Dialogues with a Young Latin Teacher” episode featuring Eleanor Lacy. Original Air Date: November 15, 2016 Show Run Time: 31 minutes Show Guest(s): Eleanor Lacy Show Host(s): Dr. Thomas Fleming   The Fleming Foundation Presents Latin℗ is a Production of the Fleming Foundation. Copyright 2016. All Rights are Reserved.

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Latin, Episode 6

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In this episode of Latin, Dr. Fleming discusses the accusative case, as well as the supine. Please use these texts as necessary to follow along: Romanum imperium, quo neque ab exordio ullum fere minus neque incrementis toto orbe amplius humana potest memoria recordari, a Romulo exordium habet, qui Reae Silviae, Vestalis virginis, filius et, quantum putatus est, Martis cum Remo fratre uno partu editus est. Is cum inter pastores latrocinaretur, decem et octo annos natus urbem exiguam in Palatino monte constituit XI Kal. Maias, Olympaids sextae anno terto, post Troiaie excidium, ut qui plurimum minimumque tradunt, anno trecentesimo nonagesimo quarto....

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Latin, Episode 5

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In this episode of Latin, Dr. Fleming discusses the ablative case, as well as the 4th Declension. Please use these texts as necessary to follow along: Romanum imperium, quo neque ab exordio ullum fere minus neque incrementis toto orbe amplius humana potest memoria recordari, a Romulo exordium habet, qui Reae Silviae, Vestalis virginis, filius et, quantum putatus est, Martis cum Remo fratre uno partu editus est. Is cum inter pastores latrocinaretur, decem et octo annos natus urbem exiguam in Palatino monte constituit XI Kal. Maias, Olympaids sextae anno terto, post Troiaie excidium, ut qui plurimum minimumque tradunt, anno trecentesimo nonagesimo...

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Latin, Episode 4

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In this episode of Latin, Dr. Fleming discusses the third declension, the dative case, and the inapt uses of English words that have Latin roots, particularly “fabulous,” “tremendous,” and the like. Remember that this podcast is not a formal course but a foray into the study of Latin. Original Air Date: April 29, 2016 Show Run Time: 1 hour 10 minutes Show Guest(s): Dr. Thomas Fleming Show Host(s): Stephen Heiner   The Fleming Foundation Presents Latin℗ is a Production of the Fleming Foundation. Copyright 2016. All Rights are Reserved. Notes for Latin: Episode Four A.  Clarifying Texts  (Acts 2:1) et...

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Latin, Episode 3

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In this episode of our regular series, Latin, Dr. Fleming reviews the Lord’s Prayer, the Our Father, in Latin and examines more deeply some of its sentences by looking at how they are rendered in Latin (and originally, in Greek). He then goes on to discuss the second declension, the genitive case, and begins to look at the subjunctive. He ends the episode on a fruitful tangent by exploring true and false “restoration” when it comes to languages…and art. Original Air Date: April 6, 2016 Show Run Time: 1 hour 17 minutes Show Guest(s): Dr. Thomas Fleming Show Host(s): Stephen...

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Latin, Episode 2

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On this episode Dr Fleming starts with an excerpt from the Gospel of St. Matthew. He uses the passage as a teaching device to look at endings of words. This discussion segues into nouns and verbs, declensions and conjugations, and hints and tips for learning and studying. We also address some listener feedback from Episode Zero, before finishing with our “Latin Word of the Month” in which Dr. Fleming discusses English words and their Latin ancestors. The text of the second passage that Stephen reads is: “In diebus autem illis venit Johannes Baptista praedicans in desert Iudaeae et dickens penitential...

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Latin, Episode 1: Initium

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In this first episode of our podcast, Dr Fleming spends some time breaking down the first few verses of Chapter 1 from St. John’s Gospel. By diving directly into the text, Dr Fleming absorbs the reader right into the study of Latin, using anecdotes and gentle encouragement in his inimitable style. There is a “gentle” version of Dr. Fleming! Take a listen. Original Air Date: December 9, 2015 Show Run Time: 49 minutes Show Guest(s): Dr. Thomas Fleming Show Host(s): Stephen Heiner   The Fleming Foundation Presents Latin℗ is a Production of the Fleming Foundation. Copyright 2015. All Rights are...

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Latin, Episode 0: Latin’s Dead, so Why Study It?

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In this origin episode of the podcast, Dr. Fleming discusses the importance of studying a dead language in general, why this particular “dead” language is so vitally important for those focused on the patrimony of the West, and provides some practical points and names some possible texts for study. Original Air Date: November 25, 2015 Show Run Time: 26 minutes Show Guest(s): Dr. Thomas Fleming Show Host(s): Stephen Heiner Podcast Player – Click the Cloud to Download Episode   Transcript available now for Charter Subscribers and a la carte purchase. The Fleming Foundation Presents Latin℗ is a Production of the...