classicalclarinet wrote:[qoute]is wheelock's really the best learning latin book out there ?)[/qoute]
http://www.textkit.com/greek-latin-foru ... c.php?t=53
I myself think the best thing to do is buy as many textbooks as your wallet lets you.
Episcopus wrote:Que? It's well that they should organise themselves with D'Ooge! Good luck you people! If you need any help just PM me or if you don't like me PM some one who knows more, which is an easy thing to find
Br. Devon wrote:Forgive my bluntness, but it what point did someone say that they would take the study group off the forum? My understanding was that students who are studying D'Ooge might like to compare their exercises and relative successes and frustrations. It would seem natural to me that this would be best accomplished on a thread on a forum. For many, it is easier to study with others and compare thoughts to help cement concepts. I don't believe there is a coup d'état forming against the TextKit forum.
I just started working with D'Ooge, so if you would like to work together, let me know.
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My apologies Tim, ...
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