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The Fourth Edition Cambridge Latin Course is an introductory program organized into four well-integrated units. Cambridge's proven approach includes a stimulating continuous story line, interwoven grammatical development and cultural information, supportive illustrations and photographs, and a complete Language Information section. Reading is the heart of the Cambridge Latin Course, and all the elements of the program - illustrations, vocabulary, grammar and syntax, cultural contexts and references, activities - are carefully introduced and arranged to provide students with the skills they need to read with comprehension and enjoyment from the very first page. Student Book The most effective tool for students and teachers of Latin! A continuous and motivating story line captures and holds students' imagination. . . The logical pattern of each Stage and careful integration among Stages and Units train students to read Latin with ease and to understand the culture of the Romans. . . Clear language explanations and examples and ample practice insure student mastery of Latin. . . And rich illustrations bring the works and experiences of the Romans to life.
Stage 13. in Britannia; Stage 14. apud Salvium; Stage 15. rex Cogidubnus; Stage 16. in aula; Stage 17. Alexandria; Stage 18. Eutychus et Clemens; Stage 19. Isis; Stage 20. medicus; Language Information: About the Language, Complete Vocabulary; Index of Cultural Topics; Index of Grammatical Topics; Time Chart.
Posted May 27, 2007
Although my class would agree that the compact size of the book is convenient, the book lacks much explanation on the practices. I have had to do much independent study to understand the grammar because the book introduces the basics in the grammar pages but fail to explain special instances although they are used throughout the book. Also some of the vocabulary used cannot be found in the back of the book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 15, 2003