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Edited by Greenough, D’Ooge and Danniel, this free Latin reader features 62 pages of easy Latin text and line notes to assist the learner. It is posted online in printer friendly format for convenient off-line use and study.
For intermediate learners, this Latin reader is an ideal introduction into Terence. It presents an adapted version of The Phormio of Terence with an excellent introduction, line notes and vocabulary to assist the learner.
Selections From Ovid – Chiefly Metamorphoses – by Allen and Greenough is an intermediate Latin reader which provides over 200 pages of Ovid text in Latin. The reader has an informative introduction on both the life of Ovid and his … Continue reading
This Latin reader is an interlinear. The text is in Latin with a word by word translation in English beneath. The translation is quite literal and it will read very broken. The aim of interlinear translations was not to provide … Continue reading
This is a literal word-for-word translation of Ovid’s Metamorphoses Books from the Key to the Classics Series by Rev. Dr. Giles.
Learn to read Latin with J.B. Greenough’s Livy Books I & II from the College Series of Latin Authors. This Latin reader presents Livy in Latin with line notes at the bottom of every page to assist the learner.
From Macmillan’s Elementary Classics series Livy Book XXI in Latin with notes in the appendix and Latin to English vocabulary.
This Latin composition book, as the title indicates, prepares the student for Latin composition in the style of Cicero. At 171 pages this book should be used by intermediate learners who have already been familiarized with Cicero text.
Learn to read Cicero with this 109 page reader which contains sections I & II found in Extracts From Cicero by Henry Walford. The Latin reader features Latin text and translation notes at the end of each section.
This is a literal word-for-word translation of Cicero’s The Four Orations Against Catiline from the Key to the Classics Series by Rev. Dr. Giles.