Latin-English Vocabulary I: Familia Romana

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Domus Latina, Jul 1, 1998 - Foreign Language Study - 19 pages
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Lingua Latina is a complete, universal series that allows students to read and understand Latin immediately. Part 1, Familia Romana, covers the essentials of Latin grammar and vocabulary through a story of a Latin family in the 2nd century A.D.; part 2, Roma Aeterna, covers Roman history and the city of Rome.

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If this is the only Latin program you are using, the book would be useful to confirm your guess as to meaning. If you are used to a more formal program and are using Lingua Latina to get more ... Read full review

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Hans Henning Orberg (1920-2010) received his MA in English, French and Latin from the University of Copenhagen in 1946. He taught at various Danish high schools until 1963 and at the Grenaa Gymansium until 1988. From 1953 to 1961 he served on the staff of the Nature Method Institute, Copenhagen. He is the author of the Latin course "Lingua Latina secundum naturae rationem explicata" (1955-56); the course was revised in 1990-91, with a number of supplements, under the title "Lingua Latina per se illustrata". His books were published by Domus Latina, a publishing house he founded in Denmark, and they are distributed in the English speaking world by Focus Publishing.

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