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).
I LOVE Ørberg's course! Am using it for self-study. Now on Chapter 6. It is by far the best textbook and set of materials I have ever seen for learning Latin WELL. I have the full set of books, including the Teacher's Manual and Answer Key. I just took a look at Latin for Beginners
. Definitely not my cup of tea, I'm afraid, as a textbook for learning Latin (yawn). For reference, I have Allen and Greenough, Gildersleeve, and the Oxford Latin Grammar
. Also The Big Gold Book of Latin Verbs
for quick verb form checking. And as a supplement to Ørberg: Conversational Latin for Oral Proficiency
, which is fun whenever you want to chat with someone in neo-Latin, and the two Scanlon books for church Latin. Anyway, if you want to talk about the Ørberg book, I'd love to do so!