Conversational Latin for Oral Proficiency: Phrase Book and Dictionary, Classical and Neo-Latin

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Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2007 - Foreign Language Study - 411 pages
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"Presents ancient and neo-Latin language phrases and conversations on a variety of topics. Includes pronunciation guide, bibliography, and English to Latin vocabulary. Expanded and enlarged from the 3rd edition (2003)"--Provided by publisher.
 

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An excellent resource. Provides phrases, example conversations, and translations for common modern words into latin. This book is a key aid for learning the tongue of the romans. The only truly ... Read full review

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I love this book and am satisfied with my purchase. Although there is Latin in the book which I would state or word differently, it is still an indispensable source for Latinists or anyone who has an interest in Latin. I strongly recommend this book.

Contents

Acknowledgements
8
Abbreviations
14
Family
20
Daily Activities
35
Sports and Other Leisure Activities 40 Her teacher asks Dorothy how she spends
40
The Human Body
55
Food and Drink
67
Days Weeks Months Years
74
Emotions and Qualities
146
Trades and Professions
160
The City and Public Buildings
171
War and Peace
182
Law and Criminal Justice
190
Geography and Topography 198 Colin wants to migrate to the U
199
Travel
211
Teaching Grammar in Latin
220

Expressions of Time
82
Useful Colloquial Expressions 90 Brian finds Jeffrey to be in a hurry
90
Clothing and Jewelry
113
House and Furniture
119
Buying and Selling
127
Animals
138
Yes and No in Latin
250
Computer Terms
260
General Vocabulary
267
Selected Bibliography
411
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