It's a little program I put together. There are a few bugs, but for most users it should work without a glitch. I may end up getting a domain, but this address should still remain accessible. Feel free to add a link to any classics related pages.
Has anyone used this text before? It's quite nice as it comes with a 550+ page work book to accompany it. From what I've been told it's not unlike Moreland and Fleischer in its approach to the language.
On that note, I have a translation question. I'm a first year university Latin student, so bear with me (I've only got a 75.5%).
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I don't need this approval to appreciate the textkit tutorials but it was nice to read and it increases my respect for the authors to a higher level.
i have recently begun studying M&F's Latin on my own. i have a phrase that i would like help with translating from english into latin. not sure if i have the right conjugations, so any help would be grateful. the phrase:
I'm on the second chapter of Wheelocks (Yay me!) and it's going well. I do have a question about the Loci Antiqui and Loci Immutati. When should I start trying to do those? They don't seem to be coordinated with any particular chapters.