Lingua Latina per se Illustrata has ratings and 48 reviews. Entirely I’ve finally finished ‘Familia Romana’ part one of two of Orberg’s Lingua Latina course . Lingua Latina, Part I has 23 ratings and 2 reviews. Thomas said: You need very little knowledge of Latin or the Romance Languages to comprehend the text. Hans Ørberg’s Lingua Latina per se illustrata series is the world’s premiere textbook for learning Latin via the Natural Method. Students first learn grammar and.

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I recommend this version of “Familia Romana” most warmly. Guess one has to buy the CD for that. Gwyneth added it Jan 11, I’ve been wanting to learn Latin for a while but I couldn’t find any good resources until now. The sentences in the manual are reproduced lots of times. The course was good; I enjoyed it and achieved a high 1st in that module. Anyway, I figured out where Lingau went wrong after rereading, but I thought that spot could be clearer.

Lingua Latina secundum naturae rationem explicata published in [1] —besides the author’s name, there isn’t a word in the book that is not in Latin. And here’s another thread from today where jrikhal links to a good discussion from a year ago. Natsuki Hikari marked it as to-read Oct 13, Guido Traverso added it Oct 11, Roma aeterna by Hans H. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews.

Lingua Latina, Part I: Grammatica Latina I by Hans Henning Ørberg

Margie rated it really liked it Jan 01, Francesca Ruggero marked it as to-read Nov 04, Lastly, the book comes with three different exercises, one where you are asked to complete words of different sentences, another where you are supposed to answer a question written in Latin about the meaning of the chapter and lastly another exercise with somewhat different questions. Evan der Millner’s thoughts aka.

The other thing I wish is more words, especially more verbs. I saw that quite some people on this site would like to learn Latin, which orbrg really great I think. I wish you all the best on your individual language journeys: This is a college level text, and it took me well over two years to struggle through, and the last three or so chapters were so difficult that they alone took me more than six months, but in the end, this was definitely worth it, and I will certainly be rereading this book latna in the future.


Aleena rated it it was amazing Sep 26, A Latin morphology to be used with Lingua Latina: Jan 20, Andrew Fairweather rated it it was amazing Shelves: Refresh and try again. Words are always introduced in a context which reveals the meaning behind them. This series is also my go to when I’ve spent a long time away from Latin orbegg feel like I need a good refresher.

Plot is ridiculous, but doesn’t need to be Shakespeare. Familia Romana Pars I of the Lingua Latina series contains thirty-five chapters and describes the life of a Roman family in the 2nd century A.

I’d recommend that those considering learning Latin should only do so after learning at least one preferably more modern romance languages to a reasonable intermediate level.

The final two lessons cover poetic meters and grammatical terms.

With that background in mind, this book was absolutely orverg best foreign-language textbook I’ve ever read. These are all separate volumes, and don’t go with any specific chapters from Pars II. I recall reading the first chapter and being a little in awe both at how much I understood, and how well it is paced.

Ørberg’s Lingua Latina: an introduction for the uninitiated

Starting with the simple -s, -m, -t sentence, it quickly works its way up orbery the complexities of poetry. Thus, no list of vocabulary and translations is provided in this volume. Even when I understood all the vocab and grammar, I wasn’t sure what word Orberg was looking for. For all those eager to learn Latin Prol3psis 25 25 24 14 11 The course consists of two parts: Richard added it Jan 06, The program is based on the idea that, rather than memorizing charts and writing translations, the best way to learn Latin is by reading it and intui I really enjoyed the approach to Latin in Lingua Latin per se Illustrata.

Some vocabularies layina also downloadable for free from this site. The book is beautifully presented with glossy paper and beautiful colour illustrations realistic, not googly cartoons as seem to be popular in books for language learning. To ask other readers questions about Lingua Latina per se Illustrataplease sign up.


In some ways rebuilding curricula etc from scratch would bear a lot of fruit, but the reality is that working within the current system is going to benefit more people in the short term.

Lingua Latina, Part I: Grammatica Latina I

No trivia or quizzes yet. You learn Latin through illustrations and simple explanation in pure Latin; you will find no English in this book at all.

Sakul Rodnag marked it as to-read May 07, Altina would, however, recommend to use apps like Anki to build your own vocabulary list and to try to do lingu by using Latin as much as you can, just like the books do, and to put one or two example sentences from the texts in there for each word you want to practice.

As the book approached it’s final quarter, I had to start reading with a dictionary beside me at all times. I recommend to actually do all of them, because it trains well.

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lrberg Geo marked it as to-read Jun 03, Even though it also strengthened my ability to both write and speak in Latin, it was my ability to understand texts and to sight read that was most improved.

I read this because of my resolution to read a little Latin every day and develop my spoken proficiency going to Paideia’s Spoken Latin Weekend in NYC in February, so I want to be ready! Although the text is accessible to students as young as 9, the test is advanced enough for college-aged learners, and beyond. So there’s not a single English or German or Danish word in it, but everything is either derivable via context or by short explanations also in Latin.