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I am learning Latin at home. Could you recommend any websites where I can listen to the lessons or can learn how to read Latin?
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<br /><br />Latin for Beginners, Benjamin L. D'Ooge <br /><br />-The best Latin book for beginners complete with logical, simple explanations accompanied by exercises aplenty and extra vocabulary.
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[quote author=Episcopus link=board=3;threadid=193;start=0#920 date=1056276888]<br />-The best Latin book for beginners complete with logical, simple explanations accompanied by exercises aplenty and extra vocabulary.[/quote]<br /><br />I'm slowly working through this book. The explanations seem clear.<br /><br />Some of the exercises have instructinos, while others don't (pg 15, #31; pg 19, #39). For the latter, I assume they just want you to translate from English to Latin or vice versa.<br /><br />Are there solutions to the exercises ? They're pretty simple for now, but I'm sure I'll want to check the answers for the more advanced exercises coming up.<br /><br />
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