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I first used this book as an adult to review for a Latin SAT test I took to qualify for a position as a Latin tutor. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jose Alvarez Grimaldos
Second time I bought this book, and I need a third copy.Published 15 months ago by Philip L. Kouchoukos
Having used both Wheelock's and Latin Via Ovid, and having taken Latin coursework both in the U.S. and in Germany, I wholeheartedly hold Moreland/Fleisher's Latin: An Intensive... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Zack Hayworth
Despite some of the criticisms of this text, it is THE text to use for an accelerated course. No, it is not easy. Read morePublished 19 months ago by RPA
Having worked through, on my own, Wheelock, and Latin Via Ovid, Using Latin 1 and 2 (which were the textbooks we used in high school back in the 70s), and now Moreland and... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Dave Slayton
When the title says an intense of course it means intensive. The book delivers. However you do need a good instructor and other resources and much time to study and practice.Published 20 months ago by Pamela Balentine
This book does justice to explain Latin to the reader. However, when compared to other textbooks, this one is not as impressive as others are.Published 22 months ago by Keeton Lockwood
Not much more to say about this particular book. It's good if you like an old school, but accessible Latin course!Published on January 30, 2014 by Daryl R Holmlund