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Learn to Read Latin Bilingual Edition
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That said, LTRL is a wonderfully complete introduction to Latin. It's perfect for someone refreshing his knowledge (as I am). It will appear to be fast paced, but that's easily controlled by using the section numbers as guides and going to the workbook whenever it's indicated in the text. The workbook has far more exercises and drills than are typically seen. So far my approach has been to do about a third of each group, another third when I've finished a chapter, and leave the remainder for review in the future.
LTRL would seem to be perfect for older home school students. Be aware however that it's designed to be an intensive course so there's no "spoon feeding". The parent or instructor will need to be able to portion the material in whatever way is appropriate for his or her students.
My only objection so far--which I'm sure will be removed as I move forward--would be that the authors do not treat, for instance, the adjectives at a single location of the book, but it's spread; so you have to wait 100 pages to learn the next feature of the adjectives. But this is very personal.
Anyways. I have the Cambridge Latin, but I prefer Keller&Russell by all means.
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I review my knowledge of Latin annually and often use a new book. I think this is the best I have ever used. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Richard J. Cummins
No doubt a useful and well-made book but also rather heavy on grammar. if grammatical analysis is your thing then this book is great, but if you're like me and prefer something... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Olga
"Learn to Read Latin" is an excellent, if rigorous, text to prepare students to begin to read real Latin authors. Read morePublished 10 months ago by RPA
Wrong edition compared to what was posted. Returned it however.Published 11 months ago by May in Dallas
Having used Wheelock years ago, I find that I prefer Keller's book. Do get the workbook as practice makes perfect (is that a Latin adage?). Read morePublished 17 months ago by curmudgeon
He comprado varios libros para aprender Latin y creo que este es uno de los mejores. Muy completo, muy conciso.
An Excelent Book.