Learn Latin with this 299 page companion to Charles Bennett’s A Latin Grammar.
This is a great resource, but the page-ordering of Bennet’s “New Latin Prose Composition” is very mixed up.
I agree and if I remember this correctly the odd paging was found in the original book. It looks to be some sort of last minute printing change right before the book was bound and almost as if the book was combined from different sources.
i have a question… i have bennetts latin composition and its from 1901…. is there a key or something i could use for it… i just found it today but i really want to know how to speak latin…. and i could really use the help… i repel technology lol
I don’t believe there are keys for any of Bennett’s books.
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Re: Answer Key to New Latin Composition? Or Not?
Postby Aether » Fri Aug 20, 2010 1:50 pm
Patruus wrote:Indeed it does – http://bit.ly/913ZPe
You’ve saved me a lot of labor. Maximas gratias tibi ago.
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There are keys to some of Bennet’s books – “Easy Latin Reader” and “Easy Latin Writer” – on http://www.archive.org
There are keys to some of Bennett’s books – “Easy Latin Reader”, “Easy Latin Stories” and “First Latin Writer” – on http://www.archive.org
Yes, there’s a key to Bennett’s Latin Prose Composition, I bought it in London in 1989.
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