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In School I learned Latin for four years. I always liked these classes very much but since then I stopped doing it. Now I want to refresh my knowledge. Has anyone suggestions for good learning material in order to refresh it? In school we have translated "De bello Gallico" and some other poets (Ovid,...). Hope that I can refresh it and then read the books again.
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Lingua Latina Book I. Hands down. Will start easy and get harder.
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paulusnb wrote:Lingua Latina Book I. Hands down. Will start easy and get harder.
Agreed. Especially useful for someone in your position who wants to pick up your Latin without starting from scratch. You'll quickly recall the Latin that you once learned and then build on it.PauloNB consentio. Hic liber praesertim usui est alicui in tuo statu, qui Latinam refovere sed non denuo incipere velis. Legens latinam cuius oblitus eras statim recordaberis ampliabisque.
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