Declensions, conjugations, ablative, gerundive... An introduction to the Latin language, mother of Romance languages.

Lesson 1 : Nouns (First and Second Declension). Descriptive adjectives (First and
Second Declension)
Lesson 2 : The verb sum (to be)
Lesson 3 : The verb conjugation. The four conjugations. The tenses of the present
and the perfect system (active and passive). Subordinating conjunctions (with
Lesson 4 : The third declension (Nouns)
Lesson 5 : Descriptive adjectives of the 3rd eclension. Three degrees of adjective.
Adverbs of Manner. Apposition
Lesson 6 : Personal pronon. Unemphatic demonstrative pronom is, ea, id.
Lesson 7 : Relatif pronouns (qui, quae, quod) and relatives clauses
Lesson 8 : Present and past participles. Ablative absolute. Deponent verbs
Lesson 9 : The uses of the ablative
Lesson 10 : Intinitive. Indirect statement
Lesson 11 : Irregular verbs. Impersonal verbs
Lesson 12 : Gerund. Gerundive (Futur passive participle). Supin
Lesson 13 : The 4th and 5th declension. Accusative, genitive and dative
Lesson 14 : Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns (hic, haec hoc ; iste, ista, istud,
ille, illa, illud ; idem, eadim, idem ; ipse, ipsa, ipsum)
Lesson 15 : Indefinite adjective / pronouns alius and alter. Locative ablative.
Ablative of time
Lesson 16 : Numbers. The uses of the ablative case
Lesson 17 : Interrogatice pronouns (quis, quae, quid ; qui, quae, quod). Indefinite
adjectives / pronouns (aliquis, aliqua, aliquod ; aliqui, aliqua, aliquod)
Lesson 18 : Subjunctive mood. Subjonctive clause
Lesson 19 : Imperative mood. Sequences of tenses. Subordinate use of
Lesson 20: Indirect statements. Latin questions. Indirect questions