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Are You Serious About Scoring a 5 on Your Advanced Placement* Exam?
Then You Need REA’s Test Prep for the AP* Latin Vergil Exam - with TestWare CD

Written by a teacher with more than 30 years of classroom experience, REA’s test prep includes a comprehensive review of the basic and advanced grammar tested on the official AP* Latin Vergil exam.
Each chapter contains numerous examples, practice questions, and test-taking tips that help you study smarter and boost your AP* score. A guide to Latin-related resource websites is included for additional reference.

Two full-length practice exams are featured both in the book and on CD. Our timed TestWare exams offer automatic scoring and onscreen detailed explanations of answers. The practice tests are composed of every type of question that can be expected on the actual AP* Latin exam, so you can “practice for real” and target your strengths and weaknesses before the test.

If you’re serious about getting a 5 on your exam, you need REA’s test prep for the AP* Latin Vergil exam!

REA has helped more than a million students succeed on their AP* exams! Teachers across the country consider our AP* titles to be invaluable resources and consistently recommend our books to their students.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780738607061
  • Publisher: Research & Education Association
  • Publication date: 4/16/2010
  • Series: Advanced Placement (AP) Test Preparation
  • Edition description: Second
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 640
  • Age range: 15 - 17 Years
  • Product dimensions: 6.60 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 1.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Ronald B. Palma has been teaching Latin and other classics courses at Holland Hall School in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for the past 36 years. He holds an A.B. in Classics from Cornell University and an M.A. in Classics from the University of Cincinnati, where he did doctoral work funded by a Louise Taft Semple Fellowship. He has co-authored Ecce Romani: A Latin Reading Program (Prentice-Hall, 2008), now in its fourth edition, and is also the author of REA’s SAT* Subject Test: Latin.

Palma has received numerous fellowships and awards for both teaching and scholarship, including Rockefeller and Fulbright grants, the Summer Fellowship of the Classical Society of the American Academy in Rome, a Presidential Scholar Award from the U.S. Department of Education, a Special Recognition Award from the College Board, and the Excellence in Pre-Collegiate Teaching Award from the American Philological Association.

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Content and Format of the AP Latin Exam 
Content of the AP Latin Exam 
For the past decade, the number of students taking the AP Latin Exam has slowly but steadily increased. Whether or not this indicates that more students are studying Latin, it does indicate that more students are studying Latin at the college level while in high school. 
The AP Latin Exam tests the proficiency of high school Latin students when compared to college students who have taken a fourth- through a sixth-semester Latin course. The focus of this book is to help you prepare for the AP Latin Exam, that is, to help you expand and assess your skills of comprehending, translating, analyzing, and interpreting the meaning of the Latin you read. The
specific content, format, and scoring of the AP Latin Exam, also referred to in this book as “the Exam,” is described in greater detail in succeeding chapters. 

General Format of the AP Latin Exam 
The AP Latin Exam, the format of which was changed in 1999, now consists of two parts: a multiple-choice section (40 percent) and a free-response section (60 percent). You must read in English those portions of the Aeneid that you have not prepared in Latin. The total time for the AP Latin Exam is three hours, plus about one-half hour of administrative and break time. 

The Multiple-Choice Section 
The multiple-choice section of the Vergil exam consists of 50 multiple-choice questions over three sight readings/passages of poetry and prose, plus one syllabus-based passage covering the lines of the Aeneid required in Latin. You have 60 minutes in which to answer all questions.

The Free-Response Section 
The free-response section of the Vergil exam consists of five questions, for which you have 1 hour and 45 minutes, plus a 15-minute “reading period” for preparation. These questions, which consist of translations, long and short essays, and a question on the poem as a whole, evaluate your preparation of the assigned syllabus.

The Multiple-Choice Section 

The multiple-choice section is the first of two sections of the AP Latin Exam; the other is the free-response section. As indicated in the previous chapter of this book, these two sections differ in content, format, and length. The multiple-choice section consists of 50 multiple-choice questions on three sight reading passages and one syllabus-based passage, the latter of which comes from the lines of the Aeneid prepared in Latin. At the end of this chapter, you will find several examples of the types of passages and questions (with answers) that you will meet on this section of the Exam. 

The questions on this section of the Exam approximate those on the Reading Comprehension Section of the SAT Subject Test in Latin. That is, they require demonstration of your ability to translate or interpret a phrase or sentence, to identify in context basic grammatical forms and syntactical uses, and to explicate references, allusions, and words understood. The remaining questions focus on the
mechanics of literary analysis, e.g., figures of speech and metrics, which will be presented in later chapters of this book. The types of questions found on the multiple-choice section cover translation, comprehension, grammar, reference, figures of speech, metrics, and background.  

The Free-Response Section  
The free-response section is the second of the two sections of the AP Latin Exam. (Remember that you will be given a short break between the two sections.) As indicated in Chapter 1 of this book, the free-response section differs from the multiple-choice section in content, format, length, and value. The free-response section on the Aeneid consists of five questions. This section, which requires two
hours — a 15-minute reading period and 1 hour and 45 minutes for writing — counts 60 percent of your total score.  

Content of the Free-Response Section  
You are called upon to demonstrate your command of the prepared Latin by answering translation and essay questions that assess your ability both to give a close reading of the Latin text and to express your understanding of that text with regard to a specific question.  

As mentioned, there are five free-response questions on the Vergil Exam. The free-response section of the Vergil Exam contains two translation questions, a long essay, and two short essays. One short essay calls for you to be able to produce a comparative analysis of characters or situations in the context of those portions of the Aeneid that you read in English. For specific information about the various types of questions that appear on the free-response section of the AP Latin Exam, see the chapters that follow.  

Abilities Tested on the Free-Response Section  
The free-response section anticipates that you can: 

• write a literal English translation of a prepared Latin passage
• analyze excerpts from the required reading of the Aeneid, compare and contrast different parts of the poem, and draw generalized conclusions about keynote themes and motifs expressed in these excerpts as they relate to the entire work 
• examine and interpret the writing style of the author, including characteristic elements such as organization and structure, word choice, mood and tone, imagery and fi gures of speech, and the relation of sound to sense 
• demonstrate knowledge of the Aeneid as a whole 


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Table of Contents


About Our Author 
About Research & Education Association 
A Note from Our Author 
5 Weeks to a 5 
Part I: The AP Latin Course and Exam
Chapter 1 Content and Format of the AP Latin Exam
Chapter 2 The Multiple-Choice Section 
Chapter 3 The Free-Response Section 
Chapter 4 The Vocabulary of Vergil’s Aeneid 
Chapter 5 The Free-Response Section: Translation 
Chapter 6 The Free-Response Section: The Long and Short Essays 
Chapter 7 The Free-Response Section: The Background Question 
Chapter 8 Techniques of Poetic Analysis: Figures of Speech 
Chapter 9 Techniques of Poetic Analysis: Meter and Scansion 
Chapter 10 The Aeneid in Review 
Chapter 11 Taking and Scoring the AP Latin Exam 
Part II: Review of Grammar and Syntax 
Chapter 12 Nouns
Chapter 13 Pronouns
Chapter 14 Adjectives and Adverbs
Chapter 15 Indicative Mood of Verbs: Active and Passive
Chapter 16 Deponent Verbs
Chapter 17 Review of Irregular Verbs
Chapter 18 Review of Impersonal Verbs
Chapter 19 Imperative Mood: Commands
Chapter 20 Questions and Answers
Chapter 21 Participles and the Ablative Absolute
Chapter 22 The Gerund, Gerundive, and Supine
Chapter 23 Infi nitives and Indirect Statement
Chapter 24 Forms of the Subjunctive
Chapter 25 Independent Subjunctives
Chapter 26 Conditional Sentences
Chapter 27 Subordinate Clauses with Ut
Chapter 28 Subordinate Clauses with Q-Words
Chapter 29 Subordinate Clauses with Cum
Chapter 30 Latin Sentence Structure

Practice Test 1
Answer Key
Detailed Explanations of Answers
Practice Test 2
Answer Key
Detailed Explanations of Answers

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