Teach Yourself Latin Complete Course (Book Only)

Teach Yourself Latin Complete Course (Book Only)[Reading] ➻ Teach Yourself Latin Complete Course (Book Only) By Gavin Betts – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk Learn Latin with little effort You can use Teach Yourself Latin to learn the language at your own pace or as a supplement to formal courses It is based on the very latest learning methods and designed Latin Complete PDF ´ Learn Latin with little effort You can use Teach Yourself Latin to learn the language at your own pace or as Teach Yourself eBook ð a supplement to formal courses It is based on the very latest learning methods and designed to be enjoyable and user friendly Yourself Latin Complete Kindle × Prepared by experts in the language, Teach Yourself Latin begins with the basics and gradually gets you to a level of smooth and confident communication, including Up to date, graded interactive dialogues Graded units of culture notes, grammar, and exercises Step by step guide to pronunciation Practical vocabulary Regular and irregular verb tables Plenty of practice exercises and answers Bilingual glossary This new edition also features Clear, uncluttered, and user friendly layout Self assessment quizzes to test progress Website suggestions to take language study further. I read this book to prep myself for the spelling bee, and I must admit that while it contained a plethora of useful and fascinating information, it never truly explained them. It talked about verbs and declensions as if I already knew what they were Which, I did, but let s just say if I m trying to rush my way through five units a day, I m not going to remember what incola is in Unit 10 when you first introduced it in Unit 1 Alright, so maybe I shouldn t have rushed through this, but then it t I read this book to prep myself for the spelling bee, and I must admit that while it contained a plethora of useful and fascinating information, it never truly explained them. It talked about verbs and declensions as if I already knew what they were Which, I did, but let s just say if I m trying to rush my way through five units a day, I m not going to remember what incola is in Unit 10 when you first introduced it in Unit 1 Alright, so maybe I shouldn t have rushed through this, but then it talked about nominative singular, vocative singular, accusative plural forms and such I had to constantly refer back to the very first Unit to remember this because, well, it was never explained There was just a chart, a pattern involving puella, and that s it I d recommend this book if you re trying to get a basic grasp on Latin But if you re trying to understand the language and comprehend it to the best of your abilities, I d find another book instead What I learned from this book, Latin.I thought this book of the Teach Yourself series requires a littlerote memorization than other books in the set do, and wouldn t be too distinct from other Latin guide books.Still, Teach Yourself is a great series, I m a huge fan of their language instruction books and CDs and would very much recommend this books to a would be learner. Another one of those modern paperbacks that just doesn t stand up to long usage The glue started to fail and the pages began to fall out after a few months My copy now looks ridiculous from having the first 40 pages held together by sticky tape Like TY Ancient Greek, no vocabulary after the first few chapters ch 9 necessitating me to make my own vocabulary list.A nice range of original Latin material given to translate, such as Caesar, Juvenal, Martial etc, but a couple of examples of later Another one of those modern paperbacks that just doesn t stand up to long usage The glue started to fail and the pages began to fall out after a few months My copy now looks ridiculous from having the first 40 pages held together by sticky tape Like TY Ancient Greek, no vocabulary after the first few chapters ch 9 necessitating me to make my own vocabulary list.A nice range of original Latin material given to translate, such as Caesar, Juvenal, Martial etc, but a couple of examples of later medieval Latin would have added interest.Better, on the whole, than the Greek book, from the numbering of lines next to translation passages, to the grammar tables at the back It might have been nice to add a little English to Latin translation for flexibility of learning, like the Athenaze course, but a decent book, apart from paperback resilience issues.I did do 3 years of Latin at school, 35 years ago, so this is a handy refresher.Did I say 40 pages held together with tape I should have said 80 My favourite parts of this book the presentation of the quis, quae, quod family of pronouns adjectives and the tabulated demonstration of primary and historic tenses and their use of the indicative or subjunctive moods.While I appreciate the Roman trivia between lessons, there was not enough of it Mr Betts stated intention is to avoid teacher constructed sentence practice, so readers can move directly to classical poetry I think we little men need to begin with prose such as that of Cicero My favourite parts of this book the presentation of the quis, quae, quod family of pronouns adjectives and the tabulated demonstration of primary and historic tenses and their use of the indicative or subjunctive moods.While I appreciate the Roman trivia between lessons, there was not enough of it Mr Betts stated intention is to avoid teacher constructed sentence practice, so readers can move directly to classical poetry I think we little men need to begin with prose such as that of Cicero and learn proper word order before moving on to poetry.Each lesson is short and easy to dash over Subjects like the above mentioned primary historic tenses need to be well understood for Latin construction and could have been dealt with at length But this is a basic book and Mr Betts only has so much space.I think the next book in order is Teach Yourself s Essential Latin Grammar That should fill in the blanks It helped refresh my, very limited Latin, but I just wish there wereto read to help you keep the knowledge I think I need to push myself with this so I can then read Harrius Potter et Philosophi Lapis. This is a teach yourself Latin guide, but it s really not a great way to learn Latin IMO. A fairly comprehensive autodidact s guide to the Latin language.

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    EPUB is an ebook file format that uses the epub and designed to be enjoyable and user friendly Yourself Latin Complete Kindle × Prepared by experts in the language, Teach Yourself Latin begins with the basics and gradually gets you to a level of smooth and confident communication, including Up to date, graded interactive dialogues Graded units of culture notes, grammar, and exercises Step by step guide to pronunciation Practical vocabulary Regular and irregular verb tables Plenty of practice exercises and answers Bilingual glossary This new edition also features Clear, uncluttered, and user friendly layout Self assessment quizzes to test progress Website suggestions to take language study further. I read this book to prep myself for the spelling bee, and I must admit that while it contained a plethora of useful and fascinating information, it never truly explained them. It talked about verbs and declensions as if I already knew what they were Which, I did, but let s just say if I m trying to rush my way through five units a day, I m not going to remember what incola is in Unit 10 when you first introduced it in Unit 1 Alright, so maybe I shouldn t have rushed through this, but then it t I read this book to prep myself for the spelling bee, and I must admit that while it contained a plethora of useful and fascinating information, it never truly explained them. It talked about verbs and declensions as if I already knew what they were Which, I did, but let s just say if I m trying to rush my way through five units a day, I m not going to remember what incola is in Unit 10 when you first introduced it in Unit 1 Alright, so maybe I shouldn t have rushed through this, but then it talked about nominative singular, vocative singular, accusative plural forms and such I had to constantly refer back to the very first Unit to remember this because, well, it was never explained There was just a chart, a pattern involving puella, and that s it I d recommend this book if you re trying to get a basic grasp on Latin But if you re trying to understand the language and comprehend it to the best of your abilities, I d find another book instead What I learned from this book, Latin.I thought this book of the Teach Yourself series requires a littlerote memorization than other books in the set do, and wouldn t be too distinct from other Latin guide books.Still, Teach Yourself is a great series, I m a huge fan of their language instruction books and CDs and would very much recommend this books to a would be learner. Another one of those modern paperbacks that just doesn t stand up to long usage The glue started to fail and the pages began to fall out after a few months My copy now looks ridiculous from having the first 40 pages held together by sticky tape Like TY Ancient Greek, no vocabulary after the first few chapters ch 9 necessitating me to make my own vocabulary list.A nice range of original Latin material given to translate, such as Caesar, Juvenal, Martial etc, but a couple of examples of later Another one of those modern paperbacks that just doesn t stand up to long usage The glue started to fail and the pages began to fall out after a few months My copy now looks ridiculous from having the first 40 pages held together by sticky tape Like TY Ancient Greek, no vocabulary after the first few chapters ch 9 necessitating me to make my own vocabulary list.A nice range of original Latin material given to translate, such as Caesar, Juvenal, Martial etc, but a couple of examples of later medieval Latin would have added interest.Better, on the whole, than the Greek book, from the numbering of lines next to translation passages, to the grammar tables at the back It might have been nice to add a little English to Latin translation for flexibility of learning, like the Athenaze course, but a decent book, apart from paperback resilience issues.I did do 3 years of Latin at school, 35 years ago, so this is a handy refresher.Did I say 40 pages held together with tape I should have said 80 My favourite parts of this book the presentation of the quis, quae, quod family of pronouns adjectives and the tabulated demonstration of primary and historic tenses and their use of the indicative or subjunctive moods.While I appreciate the Roman trivia between lessons, there was not enough of it Mr Betts stated intention is to avoid teacher constructed sentence practice, so readers can move directly to classical poetry I think we little men need to begin with prose such as that of Cicero My favourite parts of this book the presentation of the quis, quae, quod family of pronouns adjectives and the tabulated demonstration of primary and historic tenses and their use of the indicative or subjunctive moods.While I appreciate the Roman trivia between lessons, there was not enough of it Mr Betts stated intention is to avoid teacher constructed sentence practice, so readers can move directly to classical poetry I think we little men need to begin with prose such as that of Cicero and learn proper word order before moving on to poetry.Each lesson is short and easy to dash over Subjects like the above mentioned primary historic tenses need to be well understood for Latin construction and could have been dealt with at length But this is a basic book and Mr Betts only has so much space.I think the next book in order is Teach Yourself s Essential Latin Grammar That should fill in the blanks It helped refresh my, very limited Latin, but I just wish there wereto read to help you keep the knowledge I think I need to push myself with this so I can then read Harrius Potter et Philosophi Lapis. This is a teach yourself Latin guide, but it s really not a great way to learn Latin IMO. A fairly comprehensive autodidact s guide to the Latin language. "/>
  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Teach Yourself Latin Complete Course (Book Only)
  • Gavin Betts
  • English
  • 14 February 2018
  • 0071421599