Lingua Latina per se Illustrata has ratings and 48 reviews. Entirely I’ve finally finished ‘Familia Romana’ part one of two of Orberg’s Lingua Latina course . 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. Hans Ørberg’s Lingua Latina per se illustrata series is the world’s premiere textbook for learning Latin via the Natural Method. Students first learn grammar and.
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Jun 10, Gonnamakeit rated it it was amazing Shelves: Optimus est liber grammatica de Latina quem legi, quo legendo discipulus multa celeriter discit.
Lingua Latina per se Illustrata: Pars I: Familia Romana by Hans Henning Ørberg
I am a Latin teacher and a big advocate for the Active Method, which focuses on meaningful input, conversational fluency, and a reading approach rather than a translation approach. A larger vocab you can always pickup later. You definitely need to get through the second book in the series in order to be able to move on to genuine works in classical Latin, however, Vulgate is readable after finishing this first book.
Words are always introduced in a context which reveals the meaning behind them. I have read and reread this book multiple times. Latine Disco The English version: Roma aeterna by Hans H. Even the grammar discussions are entirely in Latin, grammatical terminology being introduced as necessary.
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The course was good; I enjoyed it and achieved a high 1st in that module. View all 4 comments. Additionally, there are two books by the same author with extra exercises that go with each volume: Lingua Latina helps you learn the language through context, through repeated reading of a story, and not through translation, so that by the end you should be able to read fairly fluently in Latin without going through the hassle of translating it in order to understand.
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I have read the manual, though. If this sounds like you, go with the Lingua Latina program. 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.
Lingua Latina per se Illustrata: Pars I: Familia Romana
The course consists of two parts: Students latona learn grammar and vocabulary intuitively through extended contextual reading and an innovative system of marginal notes. The Best Books of Anyway, I figured out where I went wrong after rereading, but I thought that spot could be clearer.
Margie rated it really liked it Jan 01, I am so proud of myself for reading this whole book cover to cover!
A wonderful book, and you’ll come away with a pretty good grasp of the language after finishing it. In the end of each of the 35 chapters, there’s a part that describes the new grammar and also a bunch of exercises. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
A great book, really! Anyone knows what level of exam this book prepares you for? Hans Oerberg’s impeccable Latinity, humorous stories, and the Peer Lauritzen illustrations make this work a classic.
This is mostly for the danish crowd. I found the lists of words provided on the margins very useful. Almost all titles are available on amazon. This book is an amazing introduction to Latin, and the main method which I used to lijgua myself the language. David Hansen added it Dec 28, What had gone wrong?? I’m now tackling the second book in the series, which quickly shifts into unadapted texts, which is pretty damn exciting.
Lingua Latina per se Illustrata 3 books. He received a master’s degree in English, French and Latin at the University of Copenhagenand taught these languages in schools in Denmark. For those unfamiliar, Lingua Latina contains only Latin words.