Getting Started with Latin: Beginning Latin for Homeschoolers and Self-Taught Students of Any Age

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iUniverse, Aug 1, 2006 - Foreign Language Study - 223 pages
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What's preventing you from teaching Latin in your homeschool or learning it on your own? Are you confused because there are so many choices of curricula, and you don't know where to begin? If you're intimidated because you've never studied Latin, bewildered by traditional Latin books that move too fast, or reluctant to pay hundreds of dollars for expensive materials you may never use, then "Getting Started with Latin" is for you!

Specifically designed to overcome these types of obstacles, "Getting Started with Latin" is divided into simple lessons that explain the fundamentals of Latin grammar in a way that anyone can grasp. Instead of burying you in mountains of information to memorize, new words and concepts are introduced in a gradual and systematic way. You can immediately apply what you have learned by translating the fun exercises at the end of each lesson. To hear the words pronounced, simply download the free MP3 files from www.gettingstartedwithlatin.com.

"Getting Started with Latin" has never been this easy and affordable. Begin your foray into the world of Latin today!

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User Review  - TineOliver - LibraryThing

A very useful introductory text covering the first and second declensions (both nouns and adjectives) and verbs in the active present indicative. Each lesson adds only one more element so it allows ... Read full review

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This is an excellent book, which I am thoroughly enjoying. It is a beginner's book for someone who has never studied latin. You learn word a lesson. This may sound easy at first but later on, when you are learning a new verb ( which consists of 7 new words - present and infinity tense), you can tackle it in your stride with confidence as everything has been explained clearly to you. Grammar is explained in english first and then the latin (for those of us who are a bit rusty).
Mr Linney is an excellent teacher and his web site for the pronounciation is freely available.
I would definitely recommend this book for anyone who has never studied latin.
 

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