Lingua Latina Pars 1

Author: Hans H. Orberg
Editor: Museum Tusculanum
ISBN: 9788772896342
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The Latin course is written entirely in Latin. It consists of two parts: I: Familia Romana -- the fundamental or elementary course. II: Roma Aeterna -- the advanced course, with Indices covering both parts. The direct method is based on the inductive principle of learning. In the text every sentence is intelligible per se, or self-explanatory, because the meaning and function of all new words and grammatical forms are made clear by the context in which they occur, or if necessary, by illustrations or marginal notes using vocabulary already learned. This demands a carefully graded text, but in order to make learning efficient the content should stimulate interest and curiosity and make it easy for the reader to visualise the scenes and situations described. To meet these demands the chapters of Lingva Latina I form a continuous narrative, a sort of Latin novel, which captivates the students so that they look forward to reading the continuation of the story. While reading this story and learning facts about the Roman life and traditions, the students pick up the vocabulary and grammar that will enable them to go on, in Part II, to read a representative selection of Latin literature, both prose and poetry. Here, too, all new words and structures, if not immediately intelligible from the context, are explained by marginal notes or illustrations. In addition, factual information is given in the margin. Part I covers the essentials of Latin grammar and introduces a basic vocabulary of some 1600 words. The 35 chapters form a sequence of scenes and incidents from the life of a Roman family in the second century A.D. Each chapter is divided into 3 or 4 lessons (lectiones) and consists of several text pages followed by a section on grammar, three exercises, and a list of new words. At the end of the volume there is a survey of inflexions, a Roman calendar, and alphabetical word-list and a grammatical index.

Latin English Vocabulary I

Author: Hans H. Ørberg
Editor: Hackett Publishing
ISBN: 1585105147
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Latin/English vocabulary list for each chapter in Lingua Latina: Part I: Familia Romana.

Lingua Latina

Author: Hans H. Ørberg
Editor: Focus Pub R Pullins & Company
ISBN: 9781585102129
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Workbook for Lingua Latina: Familia Romana with an extensive collection of exercises.

Lingua Latina Per Se Illustrata Colloquia Personarum

Author: Hans Henning Oerberg
Editor:
ISBN: 9788788073751
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A College Companion

Author: Jeanne Neumann
Editor: Hackett Publishing
ISBN: 158510602X
Size: 15,30 MB
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A College Companion by Jeanne Neumann provides a running outline/commentary on the Latin grammar covered in Book 1 of Lingua Latina (Familia Romana), and includes the complete text of the Ørberg ancillaries Grammatica Latina and Latin-English Vocabulary. It also replaces the student guide, Latine Disco. The book is designed especially for college students who approach Lingua Latina at an accelerated pace. The Exercitia may still be used as an additional source of exercises.

Lingua Latina

Author: Hans H. Ørberg
Editor: Focus
ISBN: 9781585102334
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This is the main text in Part 2 of the Lingua Latina series and includes a wide range of classical Latin literature with the main subject being Roman history as told by Roman authors themselves.

A Companion To Familia Romana

Author: Jeanne Neumann
Editor: Hackett Publishing
ISBN: 1585108324
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This volume is the completely reset Second Edition of Jeanne Marie Neumann's A College Companion (Focus, 2008). It offers a running exposition, in English, of the Latin grammar covered in Hans H. Ørberg's Familia Romana, and includes the complete text of the Ørberg ancillaries Grammatica Latina and Latin–English Vocabulary. It also serves as a substitute for Ørberg's Latine Disco, on which it is based. As it includes no exercises, however, it is not a substitute for the Ørberg ancillary Exercitia Latina I. Though designed especially for those approaching Familia Romana at an accelerated pace, this volume will be useful to anyone seeking an explicit layout of Familia Romana's inductively-presented grammar. In addition to many revisions of the text, the Second Edition also includes new units on cultural context, tied to the narrative content of the chapter.

Colloquia Personarum

Author: Hans Henning Oerberg
Editor: Focus
ISBN: 9781585109388
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Previously published as volume 3 of the author's Lingua Latina per se Illustrata.

Lingua Latina

Author: Jeanne Marie Neumann
Editor: Focus Pub R Pullins & Company
ISBN: 9781585101917
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This text is a running outline and commentary on the Latin grammar covered in Lingua Latina: Familia Romana. It includes the complete text of the ancillaries Grammatica Latina and Latin-English Vocabulary and replaces Latine Disco, the student guide.

A Companion To Roma Aeterna

Author: Jeanne Neumann
Editor: Hackett Publishing
ISBN: 1585108421
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A sequel to her widely used A Companion to Familia Romana (now in its second edition), Jeanne Marie Neumann's A Companion to Roma Aeterna offers a running commentary, in English, of the Latin grammar covered in Hans H. Ørberg's Roma Aeterna, and includes the complete text of the Ørberg ancillaries Grammatica Latina and Latin–English Vocabulary II. It also serves as a substitute for Ørberg’s Instructions, on which it is based. Though designed especially for those approaching Roma Aeterna at an accelerated pace, this volume will be useful to anyone seeking an explicit exposition of that volume's implicitly presented grammar. In addition to many revisions of the text, A Companion to Roma Aeterna also includes new units on cultural context, tied to the narrative content of the chapter.