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Sep 09, Nina-Alexa rated it it was amazing. Unlike most of his colleagues, the author appears to have paid attention to research into second language acquisition and modern language instruction.
Well, I’ve officially finished this; still love it. And now, a homage to those who suffered through Latin in school!
It would have taken a long while to make conceivable hnas him that there ever existed a people who bought and sold sheep and oxen, and transacted the every-day affairs of life, through the medium of this language; and still longer to make him understand why he should be called upon to learn it, when its connection with those affairs had become entirely latent. Ecclesiastical Pronunciation Capitulum 20 Hans H.
From to he worked in the Naturmetodens Sproginstitut, an institute where the languages are taught according to the ” natural method ” of learning. I believe there are grammar supplements for this Lingua Latina series, too, but I had heard good things about the Cambridge books so I just went with that.
My number one book to recommend to anyone who wants to learn Latin. Unfortunately, for me at least, the readings are mostly uninteresting.
The book is beautifully presented with glossy paper and beautiful colour illustrations realistic, not googly cartoons as seem to be popular in books for language learning.
I cannot praise this book highly enough. Rastreie seus pedidos recentes. Getting Started with Latin: But, overall, I found the readings tedious, which is a major drawback for a self-learner like me trying to self-motivate to study. I also like to just repeatedly listen to get a better feel for the language.
The idea of a “Dick, Jane, and Spot” kind of book llngua a way to learn Latin was fun. Ecclesiastical Pronunciation Capitulum 28 Hans H. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. If you are a complete beginner of Latin and is looking for a complete textbook that covers everything you need with elaborate guides and explanations, this is NOT the book to use.
Nevertheless, I felt a little saddened to see Orberg end the series by having exercises that were essentially just old-fashioned charts. It is a great instruction method for laying a foundation in classical latin. Ecclesiastical Pronunciation Capitulum 4.
I’m not sure how first-time students would do with it, but for p I came to this as a former classics major who never really liked Latin because Greek was so much cooler. Evan der Millner’s thoughts aka. It is the only textbook currently available that gives students the opportunity to learn Latin without resorting to translation, but allows them to think in the language. Anyone knows what level of exam this book prepares you for?
Lingua Latina per se Illustrata: Pars I: Familia Romana by Hans Henning Ørberg
Latinum latinz Ernest Blum on the inadequacy of modern Latin teaching methods Randy Gibbon’s blog Latin by the Dowlin I have so much to say about how awesome this book is, but instead I will point you to my review of Wheelock and say that Lingua Latina is everything Wheelock is not.
I found the lists of words provided on the margins very useful. Aug 21, Brian rated it it b.orberg amazing. I have read and reread this book multiple times.
So I have decided to use this book a supplement, to latuna reading Latin. It is difficult not to learn vocabulary by reading like this. Primarily because the text does not rotate for wide screen viewing and because of this the text is incredibly small.
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Lingua Latina per se Illustrata: Pars I: Familia Romana
I noticed that many who leap from ‘Famila Romana’ to ‘Roma Aeterna’ speak of trouble with the increasingly difficult verbiage. I’m reading Pars II: There is no other book you should be considering for the method this book uses, and within the h.orbwrg of that method, it is clever and brilliant. I’m an adult learning Latin on my own. I am just astonished by this course. However, I like the pedagogical approach this book offers and decided to purchase it: