Welcome to The Latin Learner, a website of resources for learning Latin grammar. It is work-in-progress; only a subset of intended features have been implemented yet.
This website should not be used as a primary resource for learning Latin, but a tool to be used alongside other, broader, resources.
Pick as many—or as few—options as you would like
Make your choices for a noun quiz. The default order of cases is as in the U.K. (and the rest of the Commonwealth): Nom, Voc, Acc, Gen, Dat, Abl. If you’re in the U.S. and prefer the order Nom, Gen, Dat, Acc, Abl, Voc, you can choose that instead. The vocative is usually the same as the nominative, but I like to include it as I think it sounds better when reciting all cases at once.
Mastering pronouns in Latin requires one to understand pronouns in English, no mean feat in itself, as unlike normal nouns English pronouns also decline (though to a lesser degree than in Latin). This quiz also covers the possessive adjectives meus, tuus, and suus (my, your, and their). The five main cases are always included, but the case order is changeable as with the noun quiz.