Via Plana: Graduated Readings in Advanced Latin

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Bristol Classical, 2000 - Foreign Language Study - 218 pages
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This volume adopted a radically new, systematic approach to the teaching of advanced Latin grammar through the medium of unseen translation. It provides a graduated learning environment suitable for for those approaching points of grammar for the first time and for those revising the same points at a later stage. Each chapter presents in detail a grammatical feature and then reinforces understanding of it through translation exercises set at five graduated levels. This offers university undergraduates stsyematic and repeated revision of grammar, each time linked to a new and progressively more difficult challenge, providing a "smooth road" to fluency in the reading of Latin texts.

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Contents

Relative Clauses
1
Predicative Datives
38
Gerunds and Gerundives
70
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

P. Ruth Taylor-Briggs is Honorary Lecturer in the Department of Classics, University of Birmingham.

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