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I learned grammar from K&R's Learn to Read Latin, which was a kind of pedagogical experiment on the part of my college with what is a relatively new and untested text. From my experience though I have nothing but positive comments to offer. LTRL was *awesome*. It was thorough, rigorous, orderly, dem...
- Wed Dec 03, 2008 4:26 am
- Forum: Learning Greek
- Topic: Which one author to start with?
- Replies: 16
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I know that you've already chosen your author (Xenophon), but I just thought I'd chime in here and offer to the rest of the board an unconventional starting text which I believe really helped me out in the beginning of my reading career: Lysias' "On the Death (Murder) of Eratosthenes." It's an excel...
I'm brand new to Textkit; so I thought I'd dive right in. I'm a student at Middlebury College, and I just finished my first Latin course. We used a text that many of you probably haven't heard of (it's pretty new), but that y'all would probably be opposed to after just hearing the title: Learn to Re...