Latin: An Intensive Course

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University of California Press, 1990 - Foreign Language Study - 459 pages
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"The best Latin text now available and I very much doubt that a better one will appear for a long time."--Ralph W. Johnson, Cornell University
  

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User Review  - Kassilem - LibraryThing

I thought this was a great introduction to the Latin language. I havenít really read any other Latin course books and so I canít really compare it, but there were plenty of needed information here. My ... Read full review

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User Review  - William Herbst - Goodreads

A very good quick intro to Latin grammar. Probably the quickest way to learn the language if the student is committed to the task and bright enough to grasp the material quickly. I taught from this at NYU years ago. Read full review

Contents

GRAMMATICAL REVIEW
8
The Infinitive
22
UNIT TWO
35
UNIT THREE
47
B The Present Passive System of All Four Conjugations
62
UNIT FIVE
83
UNIT SIX
97
UNIT SEVEN
110
UNIT FOURTEEN
232
UNIT FIFTEEN
248
UNIT SIXTEEN
265
UNIT SEVENTEEN
279
UNIT EIGHTEEN
291
G Adverbial Accusative
293
UNITS TWELVE TO EIGHTEEN
308
APPENDIX
317

UNIT EIGHT
126
UNITS FIVE TO EIGHT
140
UNIT NINE
150
UNIT TEN
159
Ablative and Genitive of Description
165
UNIT ELEVEN
176
UNITS NINE TO ELEVEN
192
UNIT TWELVE
200
G The Demonstrative Adjective iste ista isttid that of yours
206
UNIT THIRTEEN
217
Pronouns
325
Formation of the Future Imperative
362
Review of the Syntax of Verbs
379
Participles
395
Roman Names
401
LATINENGLISH VOCABULARY
411
ENGLISHLATIN VOCABULARY
434
INDEX
449
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About the author (1990)

Rita M. Fleischer, co-author with Floyd L. Moreland of Latin: An Intensive Course (University of California Press) and with Charles W. Dunmore of Dunmore and Fleischer's Medical Terminology, has taught in the classics departments of public and private universities in the Metropolitan New York area and for many years in the highly-intensive Latin/Greek Institute of Brooklyn College and The Graduate School and University Center of The City University of New York, where she is currently Administrative Director for Foreign Language.

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