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The leading Latin course worldwideBook II focuses first on life in Roman Britain before moving further afield to Egypt. Book II is full colour throughout, with a clear layout of stories and language notes. Featuring a glossary for quick reference and comprehension questions, the book also includes a full explanation of language points and grammar practice exercises.

Book II focuses first on life in Roman Britain before moving further afield to Egypt. Book II is full colour throughout, with a clear layout of stories and language notes. Featuring a glossary for quick reference and comprehension questions, the book also includes a full explanation of language points and grammar practice exercises.

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  • PDF | 184 pages
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  • Cambridge University Press; 4 edition (20 Jan. 2000)
  • English
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  • By Astrid Illner on 27 November 2014

    This is a wonderful language course!!! I would never have thought, that teaching or learning Latin could be this enjoyable! This course is made with the heart! It teaches vocabulary and grammar and gives an insight in the "Latin" - related history.Thank you Cambridge School classic project for developing this material and giving students the possibility to understand and like Latin through these books.Highly recommended!

  • By Kindle Customer on 26 April 2017

    2nd book in the series. Enjoying lessons very much.

  • By Sixtus on 29 July 2017

    Handy guide to an excellent course.

  • By Simon on 1 August 2017

    Exactly as advertised

  • By Minnie on 22 November 2011

    Just what I wanted for my U3A Latin class. Vocabulary help on each page where there is Latin script. Also grammar pages at the back and a good Latin/English dictionary as well.

  • By Daisy Day on 12 April 2015

    Working my way through this book

  • By J. Williams on 6 October 2009

    If you liked Book One then you need to have a strong stomach for Book 2. Having left most of the previous family dead in the eruption of Pompeii, we meet a new family living in Britain. Our introduction is with the new master ordering the death of a sick slave because he is no use to him. When his son tries to avenge his death he is slaughtered too! It's brutal Brutus. Can't wait to get further on and move to Alexandria. Book 2 is excellent with its information/vocabulary and grammar explanations. Learning Latin is the highlight of my week!

  • By Cold_Water on 18 September 2004

    Having learnt Latin at school for two years and then dropped it I decided that I would like to go back and re-learn it.This series of books are great for this. They take you through each bit of grammar and style with clear written examples and give you lots of practise in the exersizes provided. This is in addition to the prose that is fundamental to every chapter.The book is divided into 20 chapters, each with a slightly different theme. The chapters involve a set of characters that recur throughout the series. Each one has a different adventure happen to one character or another and you are required to translate them. This was quite helpful to me as instead of the text being just something random it was quite good to follow the adventures of the different Romans.Because of these different stories you are introduced to different aspects and locations in the Roman world. To accompany this there is usually an explaination of different lifestyles with lots of colour photos. This helps to bring the book 'to life', as it were; rather than just relying on text.The book also contains a dictionary at the back, containing all the words that are used in the book. Along with this there is a section covering all the grammar introduced as the book progresses.Overall I would recommend this book for anyone who wants to learn Latin. It is a great follow-up to the first book and takes things at a nice steady pace.


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