By Jeanne Marie Neumann; Hans H. Ørberg;
This identify offers a operating outline/commentary at the Latin grammar coated in publication 1 of Lingua Latina (Familia Romana), and contains the total textual content of the Ørberg ancillaries Grammatica Latina and Latin-English Vocabulary. It additionally replaces the scholar consultant, Latine Disco. The publication is designed specifically for students who process Lingua Latina at an sped up velocity. The Exercitia should still be used as an extra resource of workouts.
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