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Introduction to Latin: Answer Key

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This is the instructor's manual to accompany Introduction to Latin with answers to all exercises, plus translations of selected readings. (Answers to all numbered exercises, exercises in English translation, practice sentences, dictionary practice / form identification, word derivations, word building, etc.) Note that translations can have more than one correct answer.
Paperback, 84 pages
Published July 1st 2007 by Focus Publishing/R. Pullins Co. (first published March 1st 2005)
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Jul 14, 2014 Jean rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Learners who want to develop analytic skills re: Latin sentence structure
Recommended to Jean by: Received desk copy
This is a more welcoming Michigan Latin text than Latin for Reading. Doing both from cover to cover, exercises and all, really built my syntactic muscles. Unlike the other reviewer, I like the non-fussy organization, the bare bones explanations, and especially appreciated the chapters on the participle and the gerund/gerundive, and the step-by-step presentation of the clauses requiring the subjunctive. Indirect statement gets short shrift, as does the kitchen sink of structures mentioned in the ...more
Dec 04, 2011 Alexa rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Those interested in the Classics & Medicine
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A language textbook is never completely finished. I still have a way to go in finishing and reviewing this book. Mayhaps I'll add additional comments later on when I go back to review certain concepts.

Shelmerdine provides a clean, neat layout with which she presents the basic concepts of the Latin language. If you have studied a language before, you know that organization is essential to the nature of your comprehension. However, when put in comparison with other Latin textbooks, this book score
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