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The Complete Latin Course

The Complete Latin Course (2014)

ISBN: 9780415596459

GDA Sharpley

Publisher: Routledge
George Sharpley  introduces the course

Here you will find select texts read aloud, translations, answers to exercises, guidance on poetic meters, texts of the authors (with and without macrons), grammar tables (with a choice of layout—USA and UK), additional vocabularies and exercises. These supports are intended primarily for course teachers and those studying by themselves.

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Hear select course readings  

 

Support documents 

Course texts (with macrons)

Course texts (without macrons)

Translations of course readings

Answers to exercises

Poetic metres

Additional vocabulary

Grammar tables: verbs

Grammar tables (USA and Europe)

Grammar tables (UK, Australia, Canada, India, Ireland, New Zealand and other Commonwealth countries)

Additional exercises

Glossary of grammatical words

 

Select course readings offer a few quotations read aloud by the author.

Course texts (i.e. all the Latin quotations) appear both with and without macrons. The absence of macrons makes it easier to search/find passages.

Poetic metres introduces the different metres which appear in the course, with particular attention to hexameters (the verse form for all of Virgil, much of Ovid, and a good many others).

Additional vocabulary includes most of the words which appear in the course, arranged by declension, conjugation and so on. Teachers may find this useful for extra examples, for activities and exercises, or for learning drills.

Grammar tables which have cases listed have two different layouts. In the USA, nouns decline as follows: nominative, genitive, dative, accusative, ablative, with the vocative added at the end if different from the nominative. In the UK the declension pattern is nominative, vocative, accusative, genitive, dative and ablative.

Additional exercises may be useful for further practice or testing. Answers are included.

The Glossary of grammatical words explains the technical words which come with learning Latin.

   

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