Comparison of Tenses between Latin and English
April 15, 2018
Created for one of my students who wanted to know how the six Latin tenses (present, imperfect, perfect, future, future perfect and pluperfect) correspond to English's much wider range of tenses (twelve in all).
The content is a little tricky and is not on any school exam syllabus, but it should be interesting for students from GCSE level up who want to understand a bit more about how the Latin language works.
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