English Grammar for Students of Latin: The Study Guide for Those Learning Latin

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Olivia and Hill Press, 1993 - English language - 178 pages
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A self-study handbook for English speakers learning Latin introducing them to English grammar and pointing out the similiarities and differences with Latin grammar. An elementary comparative grammar which complements any textbook and any method.

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User Review  - Lyndatrue - LibraryThing

This is really a great book. It's useful to help with Latin grammar, but it's not too bad for just grammar in general. I bought it because it was used, and very inexpensive, but it's proved to be ... Read full review

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User Review  - pandoragreen - LibraryThing

When I got "stuck" in my third level Greek course the professor suggested this book. Incredibly helpful for those like myself who may have had a less then stellar education in English grammar at the primary and secondary levels. Read full review


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Goldman is on the faculty of the College of Lifelong Learning at Wayne State University.

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