A study guide to accompany the 6th edition of the standard introductory Latin text, Wheelock's Latin. This guide expands and explains important grammatical concepts that the Wheelock text presents too briefly for many contemporary students. -- Fuller grammatical explanations To aid comprehension -- Useful, short exercises (with answer key) To clear up confusion fast -- Additional etymological information To help students memorize -- Companion website For pronunciation help and downloadable drill sheets, vocabulary lists, and more! The Guide's style is casual, to calm and reassure the struggling or intimidated student. Points are repeated so that chapters can be used independently of one another, on an as-needed basis. Grote's Guide was designed for use with the Wheelock text, but has been sucessfully used with othe Latin texts. The Guide is an an excellent resource for -- Homeschoolers: students and instructors! -- Autodidacts -- Reviewing beginning Latin -- Reviewing before an examMORE WHEELOCK RESOURCES 38 LATIN STORIES Anne H. Groton and Answers to Selected Exercises ac 307. 3. Magister diem omnem cAansArmpsit in docendAa discipulAas. Idiomatic: Magister diem omnem cAansArmpsit in discipulArs docendArs.
|Title||:||A Comprehensive Guide to Wheelock's Latin|
|Author||:||Dale A. Grote|
|Publisher||:||Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers - 2000|