As a mastery exercise for indirect statements (accusative & infinitive) my students were asked to create a script that highlighted and explained the essential features of the construction. In the video, they explain what indirect statements are, how they are used in Latin, and where they are likely to appear (i.e. in Caesar's de Bello Gallico -- although here he uses his Google "Romebook").

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