Find here some resources for Sentence Diagramming. This is an additional tool in the effort to learn how to read Latin. It can also be used to demonstrate an understanding of the meaning of a Latin sentence.

This site has basic sentence parts and phrase configurations. Just click on them and they pop up. This explains an awful lot of the basic stuff without being tedious.
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/GRAMMAR/diagrams2/diagrams_frames.htm

The same basic material is presented in two other pages. These can be printed if you like: page 1 and page 2

Here are more explanations and illustrations, this time from the University of Texas:
http://www.utexas.edu/courses/langling/e360k/handouts/diagrams/index.html

Here is another introduction to the basics of diagramming:
http://www.english-grammar-revolution.com/diagramming-the-parts-of-speech.html#conjunctions

The very brief information on Reed Kellogg diagramming from Wikipedia - not very detailed but a passable overview:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sentence_diagram

For guidance specific to diagramming Latin sentences, check out this page by Eugene Moutoux:
http://www.german-latin-english.com/latin_diagrams.htm

For example:
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