Lingua Latina, Part I has 23 ratings and 2 reviews. Thomas said: You need very little knowledge of Latin or the Romance Languages to comprehend the text. Lingua Latina per se Illustrata has ratings and 48 reviews. Hans Henning Ørberg The late Orberg is to be commended for doing such a good job!. Lingua Latina – Familia Romana by Hans Henning Orberg, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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In the end of each of the 35 chapters, there’s a orberh that describes the new grammar and also a bunch of exercises. By not having to constantly translate, students come to understand the Latin through itself and are prepared for thinking in the language.
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You will find yourself learning some Roman customs, but you will unfortunately not learn much of Roman politics or international disputes.
This is the textbook we use in my Latin class! As a note, the ongoing story in the book was funny and actually made me laugh out loud a few times.
Lingua Latina incorporates the following features: Gwyneth added it Jan 11, Ryan rated it really liked it Dec 28, Now my problem is that I don’t want to study languages using materials that don’t employ this or a similar method!
Jose E Lopez added it Mar 20, Gil Johnson marked it as to-read Apr 09, I only have two critiques, but I give 5 stars unhesitatingly because the book is a real masterpiece and so unique in its approach: I keep an edition of this method for English language.
Lingua Latina, Part I: Grammatica Latina I
Bob rated it it was amazing Apr 25, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Entirely composed in Latin, Part I, Familia Romana, provides an excellent introduction to Latin, including the essentials of Latin grammar and a basic vocabulary of over words.
Unlike most of his colleagues, the author appears to have paid attention to research into second language acquisition and modern language instruction. Lingua Latina – Familia Romana.
This is it on Amazon. I really enjoyed the approach to Latin in Lingua Latin per se Illustrata. I found the lists of words provided on the margins very useful. Starting with the simple -s, -m, -t sentence, it quickly works its way up to the complexities of poetry. Emma Story rated it it was hasn May 25, With a little bit of story thrown in.
Lingua Latina, Part I: Grammatica Latina I by Hans Henning Ørberg
It is the only textbook currently available that gives students the opportunity to learn Latin without resorting to translation, but allows them to think in the language. Nevertheless, I felt a little saddened to see Orberg end the series by having exercises that were essentially just old-fashioned charts. Some people naturally like grammar and some don’t, but since Latin is a very grammatical language it would be strongly preferable to be in the first camp.
Italia in Europa est. In my lifetime, I have taken about five different Latin courses, and this is the only one that ever really stuck.
Lingua Latina – Familia Romana
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. It is the only textbook currently available that gives students the opportunity to learn Latin without resorting to translation, but allows them to “think” in the language. Guido Traverso added it Oct 11, It got even better when I saw how other people were using it online. I’ve read through several textbooks Wheelock’s, Ecce Romani, Cambridge in search of an ideal source for my students, but was always somewhat disappointed until stumbling across Lingua Latina.
The texts are based mainly on a Roman family and their household; it’s a good introduction to Roman life and one even starts to feel like one knows the people – I will be sad to leave them at the end of the book! The most comprehensive treatment of Latin grammar available in an elementary textbook.
The program is based on the idea that, rather than memorizing charts and writing translations, the best way to learn Latin is by reading it and intui I really enjoyed the approach to Latin in Lingua Latin per se Illustrata. It is also the most popular text for teachers, at both the secondary and collegiate levels, who wish to incorporate conversational skills into their classroom practice. A wonderful book, and you’ll come away with a pretty hanz grasp of the language after finishing it.
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