Cora Carroll Scanlon and Charles L. Scanlon, A.M., were two linguistic authors of the mid-twentieth century. Cora Carroll was employed with the Milwaukee State Teachers College, while Charles L. served Marquette University. They authored two introduction textbooks to Latin, entitled Latin Grammar for the Reading of the Missal and Breviary and Second Latin, both published in 1944 and 1948 by the B. Herder Book Company, respectively. The works were also printed by TAN in 1976.
Latin Grammarby Cora Carroll Scanlon, Charles L. Scanlon, Rev. Newton Thompson, Newton Thompson
Its twenty lessons embrace Latin Grammar completely, from the first declension to the various uses of the subjunctive. Well-planned
The aim and scope of Scanlon's LATIN GRAMMAR are to prepare those with no previous knowledge of Latin to read the Missal and Breviary. Unlike most First Year Latin textbooks, it is not an introduction to the reading of Caesar.
Its twenty lessons embrace Latin Grammar completely, from the first declension to the various uses of the subjunctive. Well-planned exercises, lessons and vocabulary provide a solid foundation in Latin. After the student has made a fair start, he will encounter reading lessons, which are connected passages from the two liturgical sources for which the whole book is a preparation.
A valuable part of the book is the Latin-English vocabulary. In it and throughout the book, the accented syllable is marked in all Latin words of more than two syllables.
The one-year course of study provided by this textbook should enable a diligent student to read the Missal and Breviary with reasonable facility.
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