Latin for Beginners

Benjamin L. D'Ooge

ISBN: 978-1544745763

Release: 01/1911

Latin for Beginners by Benjamin L. D'Ooge

D’Ooge planned this beginners language structure to plan the understudy for perusing Caesar. The linguistic use comprises of seventy-nine lessons separated into three parts. The lessons are exceptionally well organized, steadily presenting modern lexicon and language structure. The creator passes the lessons well. For case, when he centers on verbs, he gives the declensions a rest, and vice-versa. There's bounty of accumulative knowledge, meaning simply don´t disregard what you learnt in past lessons. Things keep popping back to revive your memory. Part I is given to elocution, amount, accent, and related initial essentials. Part II carries the work through the primary sixty lessons, and is committed to the ponder of shapes and lexicon, in conjunction with a few basic developments, information of which is fundamental for the interpretation of the works out and perusing matter. The primary few lessons have been made abnormally basic, to meet the needs of students not well grounded in English grammer use. 

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