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Recitation of Latin Prose and Verse
 

This is a guide to a live and natural appreciation of Latin texts, prose and verse, ancient and modern, based on explanations and quotations by experts through the centuries up to today, with examples. A version in the language of Latinists from all countries is included.


Description in Latin:
Explicationes et citationes a peritis omnium saeculorum usque ad dies nostros una cum exemplis nos docent aestimare vigorem et animam orationum solutarum et carminum latinorum, antiquorum et hodiernorum. Inest versio lingua latinistarum ex omnibus orbis terris exarata.

 
 
Lingua et Lengua: Latin and Spanish for Students of English
 

This little book is a stepping stone for people who have some Spanish and want to connect it to Latin, and for people who have some Latin and want to connect it to Spanish. It is not written in a particular idiomatic form in either Latin or Spanish, as idiomatic use in both languages has always varied according to the region in which the language is used and the period of time in which it is used. The stories are chosen to tell the same story in both languages with almost the identical words, and the words used may be less than idiomatic in both languages. After grasping the connections between the two languages in this little study, readers can advance their more exact knowledge of both languages.

 
 
Unsound Science: eBook, Audio, Commentary
 

Unsound Science includes 46 poems written by Classicist, actor, and chronobiologist, Robert Sonkowsky. Many of the poems are written with unusual rhyme schemes and with forms such as the sonnet, villanelle, free verse, and prose poetry. The subjects of Sonkowsky's poetry range from love to aging to religion and of course science, all written with the wit and wisdom one would expect from a beloved professor, learned scholar, and consummate performer.

 
 
Plutarch's Marital Advice
 

This commentary is designed to render Plutarch’s Marital Advice immediately accessible to intermediate readers and to facilitate the swiftest reading possible. Notes, which are kept intentionally brief, succinct, and devoid of historical, literary, and cultural explanations, serve alternately as glosses for uncommon words and idioms that the undergraduate reader will not be expected to know and as concise grammatical and etymological helps. The present edition is designed to aid the intermediate Greek student to read Plutarch’s Marital Advice in the original language as effortlessly as possible. In addition to the following text and commentary, students will need only a standard dictionary and a copy of Smyth’s Greek Grammar—both tools that most intermediate students will already possess.

 
 
I Am Singing Latin Songs: Full Set
 

Rose Williams, author and emerita Latin teacher, joins forces with Nashville musician CC Couch to bring four Latin stories to life via song. Based on Williams' popular children's fables, I Am Reading Latin Stories, these 16 songs by Couch and 4 readings by Williams both teach and entertain. Each of the four stories, Rena Rhinoceros, Taurus Rex, Ursus et Porcus, and Octavus Octopus, is accompanied by a reading and four songs plus a PDF eBook containing the lyrics.

 
 
Toga Beats Complete Collection
 

Engage your student in learning Latin grammar through aural, oral, visual, and kinetic learning. Grammar set to catchy electronic music makes Latin, like a favorite song, stick in the student's head. Listen to the tracks, read along on the lyrics sheet, sing the lyrics yourself with the karaoke tracks, and, if the music moves you, dance to the beat of declensions and conjugations! Available as individual tracks or download all thirty at a reduced price. The "karaoke" version contains the music from all thirty tracks without the lyrics. Make sure to create an account before purchasing to be able to access downloads for multiple devices.

 
 
 

Engage your student in learning Latin grammar through aural, oral, visual, and kinetic learning. Grammar set to catchy electronic music makes Latin, like a favorite song, stick in the student's head.

 
 
 

Engage your student in learning Greek grammar through aural, oral, visual, and kinetic learning. Grammar set to catchy electronic music makes Greek, like a favorite song, stick in the student's head.

 
 
Greek Beats Complete Collection
 

Engage your student in learning Greek grammar through aural, oral, visual, and kinetic learning. Grammar set to catchy electronic music makes Greek, like a favorite song, stick in the student's head. Listen to the tracks, read along on the lyrics sheet, sing the lyrics yourself with the karaoke tracks, and, if the music moves you, dance to the beat of declensions and conjugations! Available as individual tracks or download all twenty-one at a reduced price. The "karaoke" version, available for purchase separately, contains the music from all twenty-one tracks without the lyrics. Make sure to create an account before purchasing to be able to access downloads for multiple devices.