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Audio Latin 1-10 Kindle Edition
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This is the written text to accompany audio lesson in classical Latin.
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24 October 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
11 people found this helpful.
The lessons are well organized, and the pacing is good. I find the approach similar to what Michel Thomas used in his courses. The vocabulary is purposefully limited, which allows the focus to be on the grammar. Short sentences are given, and some variations are explored. For example, "Vir est" -- He's the man. "Vir est qui in urbe habitat" -- He's the man who lives in the city. Then you may be given the plural form, "They are the men who live in the city" -- "Viri sunt qui in urbe habitant." This oral approach to learning Latin helps to internalize the forms, so that they can become second-nature, especially if you can do a few minutes each day.
This is an audio course for those who want to learn latin, not "survival phrases"
14 July 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
16 people found this helpful.
This is not just a "survival phrases course". This is a course teaching you Latin through conversational type sentences. Singular and plural nouns, pronouns, adjectives, various cases and verbs (present, imperative and infinitive) . This would be a great addition to any Latin course. Classical Pronunciation. It uses Latin word order not English.It has very limited vocabulary, but this is what you want for this type of course. Most lessons would take 3 or four days to master. You can listen to the Audible.com version and read the Kindle written version. Kenneth please write more lessons.
Eugenia R. Swoyer
16 May 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
3 people found this helpful.
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15 July 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
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