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Teach Yourself takes the pain out of picking up a new language
Get Started in Latin requires no prior experience in the language and gives you the opportunity to study at a reasonable, steady pace. This course makes the process nearly painless—it is written in a friendly and supportive tone, and the structure offers you plenty of opportunities for self-practice. You are in control of your learning experience, so you never feel overwhelmed or rushed.
This practical course introduces the new language without inundating you and includes dialogues and exercises, a helpful pronunciation section, manageable lists of practical vocabulary, a glossary of grammar terms, and more.
The accompanying audio CD features recordings by native speakers and contains dialogues from the book as well as exercises in listening and speaking.
Introduction/1: In the wood/2: Shadows in the wood/3: The mule groans/4: The figure of a woman/5: Egberta’s daughter/6: Cruelty in the amphitheatre/7: The boy walks with the devil/8: How lucky we are!/9: Who is howling in the wood?/10: Tears in the monastery/11: Deliver us from evil/12: Into your hands I commend my spirit/13: Paulus under water/14: A huntress in the wood/15: To hear is to understand/16: Who is plotting in the monastery?/17: Worse than the devil/18: The verses of Catullus have been incinerated!/Reference tables/Key to the exercises/Latin-English vocabulary/English-Latin vocabulary