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LATIN AND GREEK

 

 

 

 

 

 

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L. D’ooge Benjamin
Latin for Beginners and Key

To make the course preparatory to Cassar at the same time systematic, thorough, clear, and interesting is the purpose of this series of lessons.


The first pages are devoted to a brief discussion of the Latin language, its history, and its educational value. The body of the book, consisting of seventy-nine lessons, is divided into three parts.


Part I is devoted to pronunciation, quantity, accent, and kindred introductory essentials.


Part II carries the work through the first sixty lessons, and is devoted to the study of forms and vocabulary, together with some elementary constructions, a knowledge of which is necessary for the translation of the exercises and reading matter. The first few lessons have been made unusually simple, to meet the wants of pupils not well grounded in English grammar.


Part III contains nineteen lessons, and is concerned primarily with the study of syntax and of subjunctive and irregular verb forms. The last three of these lessons constitute a review of all the constructions presented in the book. There is abundant easy reading matter; and, in order to secure proper concentration of effort upon syntax and translation, no new vocabularies are introduced, but the vocabularies -in Part II are reviewed.
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2.
A. Wilkes
Latin for beginners

Humorous illustrations demonstrate hundreds of everyday phrases with tips on pronunciation and grammar.

3.
Henry Carr Pearson
Essentials of Latin for beginners

This book is designed to prepare pupils in a thorough fashion to read Caesar's Gallic War. It contains seventy lessons, including ten that are devoted exclusively to reading, and six supplementary lessons. The first seventy lessons contain the minimum of what a pupil should know before he is ready to read Latin with any degree of intelligence and satisfaction. The supplementary lessons deal largely with certain principles of syntax that some teachers may not wish to present to their pupils during the first year's work.

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G. Betts, A. Henry
Ancient Greek: Teach Yourself

Complete Ancient Greek is a comprehensive book course that takes you from beginner to intermediate level.


This edition of this successful course by Gavin Betts is packed with learning features to give you the language, practice and skills to communicate with confidence.
25 learning units plus pronunciation section and word glossary
Discovery Method - figure out rules and patterns to make the language stick
Teaches the key skills - reading, writing and speaking
Learn to learn - tips and skills on how to be a better language learner
Culture notes - learn about the people and places of Ancient Greece
Outcomes-based learning - focus your studies with clear aims
Test Yourself - see and track your own progress
Maps from A1 to B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) for languages
Rely on Teach Yourself, trusted by language learners for over 75 years.

5.
Clyde Pharr
Homeric Greek a book for beginners