There are lots of sites that have fun games and ways to test your understanding of Latin.
Below are some links that I find particularly helpful. If you find some more--tell me and I shall add them!
Various Exercises -- this site lets you choose exactly what kind of practice you want!
- Declining Practice -- this website will provide you a word. After you decline it, it will check your answers for you!
- Noun Endings -- quiz for declensions 1-3
- Noun Endings -- quiz for declensions 1-5, but without neuter
- edonnelly -- this site has more declining/conjugating practice
- Gods + Goddesses Memory game -- learn the names/functions of the major Olympian gods
- Roman Gods -- practice with just Roman names
- Gods + Goddesses Practice -- test your knowledge of the Greek and Roman names
- Practice with Greek/Roman names
- Gods + Goddesses Quiz
- Roman gods (the main ones; Olympians)
- Symbols Quiz
- If you get really good at those and have some background knowledge, try this game
- Random -- emperors, hills, triumvirates...good stuff
- Roman Culture/History -- who wants to be a millionaaaaaire?
- Random A-Z quiz -- this is actually quite hard (I didn't get them all!)
- Roman Emperors -- how many can you get...and can you do it in order?
- More Random History -- I'll give you one--"Dacia" is now Romania
- Roman Enemies -- two of them used elephants...
- Random Mythology/Culture -- the leafy plant question is "cabbage" :)
- Murder quiz -- a little vocabulary/derivative action?
- Important People from Republic -- can you recall their names?
- Important Emperors -- you probably won't get at least 5 of these, but try anyway!
- Buildings -- some key buildings in Rome you should know
- Words derived from mythology
- Roman numerals
- Quotes -- famous and awesome. These may show up at Certamen...
- Roman Numeral Anagrams -- this is for the very very motivated student
- Famous songs in Latin -- can you figure them out?
- Aeneid Intro Quiz -- how many words from the opening 11 lines can you get?
- Glossary of Rhetorical terms for the study of figurative language
- Official AP Latin Website at Collegeboard if you want a description of the test or practice questions or their other confusing documents
- Online Speaking Course -- want to learn some conversational Latin? This is basically an online book