Nesrad wrote:It will help with a teacher in a classroom.
It won't hurt to write in an online forum, but it won't help much either.
Also, for every hour of composition, there should be 10 hours of reading.
Reading is what will really help. Read a lot.
and a good one at that!My humble opinion.
Carolus Raeticus wrote:Salvete!
Otherwise, one will probably miss many nuances, for example the way the meaning changes when a different tense is being used than is normally expected; the use of a specific word instead of a similar one; biographical, historical and geographical notes are useful as well; etc.
Sometimes I am wondering, however, whether the average Roman (upperclass, of course) reader really got these subtleties.
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