It 'Wheellocks' .... what else is there to say. This is the definitive text when it come to latin study.Published 6 months ago by Bill Reiman
This textbook covers all aspects of beginning Latin, and has an extensive workbook section to practice writing sentences and incorporating new vocabulary. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Emily
Wheelock's Latin is the best system I've found for independent students. Supplemental texts (workbook, companion books, etc. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kate R.
makes learning Latin easier. Great method, easy to work with, useful texts and funny and interesting stories. Helps understand the Roman culture also.Published 9 months ago by RicardoDrumond
I applaud the authors for using authentic Latin, but this book as some reviewers have pointed out is quite an unnatural method; copious and confusing vocabulary lists, and rules of... Read morePublished 9 months ago by cheryl hancock
Wheelock's Latin is a great textbook both to learn from and to use as a reference. The lessons are clear and easy to follow and the paradigms demonstrate the grammatical concepts... Read morePublished 11 months ago by C. B.
I have never seen another textbook set up like this. The lessons are extremely short, and not a lot of examples are given. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Lily Rose
This book starts off very well. Instead of boring, endless Latin grammar, Wheelock bases his lessons around classic Roman texts.
The book is enjoyable. Read more