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Latin for Beginners (Language for Beginners) Paperback – October 29, 1993
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I and other teachers have spent much time compiling such vocabularies from diverse and/or obscure sources. This text, however, provides most of that informaiton in a fun, accessible, and affordable text. The book is organized into 25 short chapters, each addressing. everyday situations, from meals, to the home, to telling time. Also, the latin is decent. Any teacher who already uses latin communicatively will inevitably want to make a few changes, but this is more a matter of preference than accuracy.
This is not a substitute for a high-school or college Latin textbook. It should be used as a companion or supplement. Whether one's goal is teaching Latin for communication or for reading (or some combination of the two), there is no doubt that students will "buy in" more if they possess the tools to express themselves and their world in the language. This book will help.
You can use an ancient language with modern people and modern situations. I like this easy and modern book.
Lingua latina semper antiqua, semper nova.
I would use this as a precursor to Lingua Latina for an 8 or 10 year old. Adults would do well to follow this with Wheelock's, which won't be quite as dry is some of the very basics of Latin are there for review and not first learning.
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It's a good introduction to the Latin language, not deep, but you could understand the basic is this languagePublished 10 months ago by Angelo Arsani