Mundus Latinus 2 Home and Family *e-book*
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M. B. Wansbrough
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For students just beginning in Latin, either to learn it by themselves, or to supplement their regular course.
The unique methodology concentrates on a mystery in the story. Students learn translation skills, Latin grammar and culture. Each episode features new grammar topics, vocabulary and exercises, an interesting cultural exploration, and an episode of the story to translate. DIana and Paul are Roman patrician teenagers facing and struggling to overcome a serious and very dangerous family crisis in the times of the emperor, Vespasian.
It is the adventure and Roman environment that draw the learners through the episodes and into the Latin language.
Vol 2: Grammar: Direct speech, nouns, in nominative and accusative, imperative, posse, present indicative, active and the passive voice.
Culture: Scope of the Roman Empire and the family
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