Now I am thinking I may buy a book of such kind to use when I am off PC. Such a book that gives the original Latin text on the left page, and English translation on the right.
Do you have any recommendation?
I suspect you mightn't achieve what you hope for by practising only one approach, Junya. Would you not imagine both the reading approach and translation exercises are needed? I like to think that you reap the fruits of hard work further down the line (as long as the work is directed).Junya wrote:I hope just reading the sentence with its answer translation will give me the same amount of progress with less labor as tackling the sentence by myself with much labor will.
Apologies, Junya. You already said that you do all three things. I should pay more attention before posting.Junya wrote:I do these 3
paulusnb wrote: Also, what are you more likely to pick up and read at night when you go to bed? I, for one, cannot really see someone going through Cataline as they fall asleep or when they are sitting on some beach in Florida. Catullus maybe, Cicero ...
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