Macco Lingui – Learn Latin will help you learn the Latin verb conjugations. Explore the rich variety of verb groups, tenses and moods that the Latin language has to offer!
Macco Lingui – Learn Latin can be purchased directly from the Windows 10 and Apple macOS Store for ~$4.49 (depending on region and exchange rate)
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Besides the app, we also offer the Macco Lingui – Latin Verbs guide: a digital quick reference for the most important Latin conjugations in the various tenses and moods. Available for Kindle on Amazon.com for $1.98.
FEATURES OF THE APP
• Macco Lingui Latin contains 45 lessons and exercises on the Latin verb conjugations. These lessons cover:
• The verb groups: conjugations groups, regular and irregular verbs
• The tenses: Praesens, Imperfectum, Futurum simplex, Perfectum, Plusquamperfectum and Futurum exactum
• The moods: Indicativus, Conjunctivus, Imperativus and Infinitivus
• The active and passive voice
• Smart use of color to clarify thematic vowels, tense letters and verb endings
• Stay motivated: Earn medals by completing the exercises!
• Compose your own lesson: Pick verbs, tenses and moods!
• Proven quality: We have been developing language-learning software for schools since 1988!
Macco Lingui – Learn Latin contains 45 lessons on verb conjugations. These lessons cover:
- The verb groups: conjugations groups, regular and irregular verbs
- The tenses: Praesens, Imperfectum, Futurum simplex, Perfectum, Plusquamperfectum and Futurum exactum
- The moods: Indicativus, Conjunctivus, Imperativus and Infinitivus
- The active and passive voice
Lesson on the Futurum Simplex.
Note that you can track your progress and performance by the medals:
Exercise. In the exercises the student has to choose the correct verb, tense, mood and voice.
You can also define your own custom lesson. Just select the verbs, tenses, moods and voices you want to practise!
Custom lesson creation
Macco Lingui also lets you know when multiple answers were possible! In the example below, both the Indicativus Futurum and the Conjunctivus Praesens were correct!
In the “Lingui-theque” you can look up verb conjugations, tenses and moods.