Hello, I'm starting to learn Latin and I'm using the book called "Lingua latina per se illustrata", because more persons suggested it to me, and I like it. But I wonder if I'm doing excercises correctly, is there a site, a forum, or something else where there are the various "pensii" corrected? Given that I cannot study it every day I have the sensation I am confusing ablative and accusative sometimes, therefor I'd like to check my answers.
You can buy the Teacher's Handbook on Amazon- it covers the Pensa, the Workbook, and also both for Level 2- Roma Aeterna. It was pretty reasonably priced last I checked. I also suggest the College Companion to LL!
Regarding a place to discuss correct/incorrect answers, feel free to post questions in this forum whenever you have them!
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thesaurus wrote:Regarding a place to discuss correct/incorrect answers, feel free to post questions in this forum whenever you have them!
Thank you thesaurus, by now I abandoned Lingua latina and I'm startin Latin with the Assimil course. I will come back to Lingua latina when I'll finish it within 4 months. I will fill you all of answers