From "The Beginner's Latin Book" by Collar and Daniell - can someone be so kind as to check my responses. (With exercise text so no one has to look them up).
Critics welcome. Suggestions taken. Thanks in advance.
Page 10, § 27.I (Nominative and Accusative) 1. The roads are broad. Viae sunt latae. 2. The streets are long. Viae sunt longae. 3. Queens have doves. Reginae columbas habent. 4. The girl has a rose. ...
Does anyone know anywhere on the net that I could find a English to Latin dictionary? I know there are many online ones to search for a specific word but I would like a list of English words with the Latin translations of them to print off.
If anyone can help I will be very grateful!
Thanks in advance
While I know that most text books devote a chapter or two to explaining the pronunciation of Latin, I am still baffled by the jargons. Also, I heard that there are different versions to pronounce Latin, is that true? And what is the 'ecclesiastical' one? Is that pretty much the way Italian is pronounced? If no, what's the difference? A million thanks.