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Catullus: Expanded Edition

Catullus: Expanded Editioncontains the Latin text of 42 Catullus poems, including 1–5, 7, 8, 10–14a, 22, 30, 35, 36, 40, 43–46, 49–51, 60, 64 (lines 50–253), 65, 68–70, 72, 76, 77, 84–87, 96, 101, 109, and 116.


Cicero : A LEGAMUS Transitional Reader: Teacher's Guide

All directions, questions, and exercises are reprinted from the student text and then followed by the answers in the Teacher's Guide.


Cicero: A LEGAMUS Transitional Reader

The Cicero: A LEGAMUS Transitional Reader contains 103 lines from Cicero's Pro Archia. Innovative text combines special visual features—including line alignments based on meaning with the "pass through" method—to unpack Cicero's complex prose. Copious notes and reader aids along with facing vocabulary make this text an excellent introduction to Cicero and smoothes the way for upper level Latin reading. Resources include an introduction to Cicero, bibliography, grammatical appendix, figures of speech appendix, and a pullout vocabulary.


Civis Romanus: A Reader for the First Two Years of Latin

Civis Romanus is a graded Latin reader for beginning Latin students. The memorable stories that grew from the civilization of ancient Rome are the basis of the Latin passages in this unique reader. New grammar is assumed in odd-numbered passages only and thus the teacher who wishes to proceed more quickly through the text may skip the even-numbered readings. In Civis Romanus students read about actual people and events while honing their Latin grammatical and syntactical skills and increasing their Latin vocabulary. Students who finish this reader in beginning Latin (Latin 1 and 2 at the high school level) will have acquired a minimum vocabulary of 1,000 words.


Conversational Latin for Oral Proficiency: 4th edition

Conversational Latin is an excellent dual-language resource for exploring ancient and contemporary topics—ranging from the weather to politics—in lively dialogues with authentic Roman expression. Each chapter offers 3 conversations in varying degrees of difficulty supported by topical vocabulary. Latin as a living and vital language is showcased in this indispensable supplement to any standard Latin course of study. Traupman's book provides facing English translation; a comprehensive glossary; and appendices on "Yes and No in Latin," "Colors and Numbers," and "Sayings and Proverbs."


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