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Learn to Read Latin Workbook, Part 2 e-book


Stephanie Russell,Andrew Keller






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Yale University Press; Workbook edition (November 15, 2006)





Learn to Read Latin Workbook, Part 2 e-book

by Stephanie Russell,Andrew Keller

No other beginning Latin book contains unaltered versions of ancient texts.

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Andrew Keller, Stephanie Russell. Learn to Read Latin helps students acquire an ability to read and appreciate the great works of Latin literature as quickly as possible.

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Keller Andrew Russell Stephanie. Learn to Read Greek" is a text and workbook for students beginning the study of Ancient Greek. It is the companion volume to the authors' "Learn to Read Latin", published in 2004

Keller Andrew Russell Stephanie. It is the companion volume to the authors' "Learn to Read Latin", published in 2004.

Learn to Read Greek, Part 2: Workbook, Part 2 by Andrew Keller (English) Paperba. A book that has been read but is in good condition. Very minimal damage to the cover including scuff marks, but no holes or tears. The dust jacket for hard covers may not be included. Learn to Read Latin by Keller, Andrew, Russell, Stephanie.

A Latin grammar and reader all in one when the text and workbook are used together, Learn to Read Latin presents basic Latin morphology and syntax with clear explanations and examples, and it offers direct access to great works of Latin literature even at the earliest stages of learning the language. As beginning students learn basic forms and grammar, they also gain familiarity with patterns of Latin word order and other features of style, thus becoming well prepared for later, more difficult texts.No other beginning Latin book contains as many unaltered versions of ancient texts. Learn to Read Latin includes the writings of such authors as Caesar, Cicero, Sallust, Catullus, Vergil, and Ovid, arranged chronologically and accompanied by introductions to each author and each work. These readings serve as the chief training texts around which the book’s fifteen chapters are constructed. A workbook is also available, providing abundant drills for each chapter of the text. A flexible format allows the workbook exercises to be used in the classroom, for homework assignments, for extra individual drill work, or as a home study tool.
great workbook but i thought i was ordering the second edition - it turns out it's the first edition and that sucked cause i couldnt keep up with the class in terms of pages. but good workbook nonetheless. remember to check for the correct editions!!
"Learn to Read Latin" is an excellent, if rigorous, text to prepare students to begin to read real Latin authors. Its chapters tackle grammatical topics in a more or less complete way (e.g., introducing all four present tense verb conjugations in the same chapter, introducing the full present system together, etc.), making for a remarkably comprehensive approach to mastering Latin grammar and syntax. The reviewer who complained that the book was more like a review grammar than an actual textbook might be forgiven for (apparently) not having purchased the accompanying Workbook, an absolutely essential element for the book's effectiveness. Without using the Workbook, which is the text's most excellent feature, a learner might well feel completely overwhelmed with grammar presentations and very little material to practice with. I assume this was the reviewer's problem, because otherwise his arguments make no sense.

As mentioned above, the text introduces entire grammar concepts in each chapter, but the student is assigned Workbook activities at very appropriate intervals. If used conscientiously and as suggested, the method is extremely comprehensive. And this brings me to the Workbook itself. The wide variety of activities and the massive number of exercises (not all of which can or need necessarily to be done) are perfect for cementing the knowledge gained from the text into the student's mind. The translations (especially the Latin-to-English) model, and often replicate, the real Latin that students will encounter. In a word, as good as the textbook is, its shining crown is the excellence of the accompanying Workbook. You cannot benefit from this excellent text without the Workbook.
It covers part I & II from the first edition of the textbook. Like that it comes with Latin to English dictionary at the back along with useful handout/study guides. All pages are tear ready
I review my knowledge of Latin annually and often use a new book. I think this is the best I have ever used. It uses some of the best techniques of others, for example, short, authentic readings. It is thorough but clear. Excellent for students or scholars in Romance languages, philosophy or theology. There is an excellent supplemental volume for later Latin.
Updating my previous post to 5 stars. After multiple e-mails, I was able to connect with the author and get the answer keys for the workbook drills. With these in hand, I am quite pleased with my purchase. Explanations are very clear. As a self learner the workbook and keys are a must buy to fully understand all the concepts put forth.
Great textbook for serious students of Classical Latin.
Latin can be a very challenging language for English-speakers to learn because every noun AND verb goes through a sort of conjugation. What's more, some words can have the same endings, yet have completely different meanings based on context. There is a myriad of verb endings, and it is important to be able to recognize which verb ending corresponds to each verb. There is no way to fully grasp this and be able to recognize the different word endings without lots of practice exercises. Most Latin books omit this extensive practice and assume mastery after a mere "memorization." This book and workbook allow the Latin student time and practice to grasp familiarity with the language and how it is actually used in context. Great resource for a student trying to learn the Latin language.
The bind was falling out, and some pages aren't there. But it does what it needs to do

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