1 edition of Get Started in Latin Absolute Beginner Course found in the catalog.
|Statement||Hodder & Stoughton|
|Publishers||Hodder & Stoughton|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 124 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
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In addition, several appendices of supplementary material round out the volume, including a collection of additional readings, a table of the manuscript hands and printing fonts employed in the volume, and a full end-glossary of all Yiddish words found in the texts. And discover the principal authors of classical Latin and read quotations from their writings. If you don't follow ouryou may not receive a full refund.
Of course, there is no easy way to learn the language but this book did at least make it easier. About Latin sections give lots of information about the history of the language and its influence upon English. There are two revision units so that you can check your progress and review areas of difficulty. Very minimal wear and tear.
is useful in that one can hear how the words on paper should sound when spoken. 'Living Latin' sections contain pieces of authentic Latin, most of which is classical. : 9: Who is howling in the wood?
: Reference tables : Reference tables : Reference tables : Key to the exercises : Key to the exercises : Key to the exercises : Latin-English vocabulary : Latin-English vocabulary : Latin-English vocabulary : English-Latin vocabulary : English-Latin vocabulary : English-Latin vocabulary A classicist by training, George taught Latin at the University of Bristol for over twenty years to undergraduates, postgraduates and mature students, from beginner level to advanced.
The focal texts are the Old Yiddish midrashic heroic lay, 'Joseph the Righteous', from the earliest extant manuscript collection of Yiddish literature 1382 , the Middle Yiddish romance adventure tale, 'Briyo and Zimro', from a later collection 1585 , and a full canto of the Middle Yiddish epic, Pariz and Viene 1594 , each with full glosses and a step-by-step introduction to the morphology, syntax, and phonology.
Edition Bilingual edition, New edition• I was learning on my own and of course, that is not the best way to learn a language, nevertheless, I have picked up the very basics even though I find Livy's use of Latin a complete mystery! The practice sections are excellent.