rustymason wrote:On a related note, I have finished entering almost all of the D'Ooge vocabulary, grammar, and lesson questions and answers into the BYKI format
Marty mus wrote:It is now available on Amazon.
metrodorus wrote:The 1911 text is, I notice, also available as a reprint from Public Domain reprints, for $12.96
metrodorus wrote:Over the last couple of months, following from a few requests both from textkitters and others who like this book, I have been recording Dooge's text in audio, for release as a DVD - I expect it to be online in a few days from now.
My version refers to the pagination of the original edition, and has 107 episodes.
I have also just finished recording Underwood's Latin Course for medical students - all the verb and noun paradigms, and all the examples, are tailored to the medical and pharmacology student. It makes for an interesting twist on the standard approach.
nov.ialiste wrote:I just ordered a copy of this book from bookdepository.co.uk for €12.14 (and free postage to anywhere in the world).
A couple of years ago I worked through about two thirds of the book from the internet. It'll be nice to have a printed copy and in due course I hope to complete my study of the book (I'm studying Oergberg's Lingua Latina 1 at the moment).
ivanus wrote:I'm curious if you will make an e-book edition available. While I like the printed editions, I don't like the weight, so e-books are better for transient study. Having a native PDF where you get crisp text and can change the font size is a real improvement over image scans
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