Item description for Lingua Latina: Latine Audio (Audio CD ONLY) Chapters 1-10 only from "Familia Romana" (Latin Edition) (Pt. 1) by Hans Orberg & Terence Tunberg...
Lingua Latina: Latine Audio (Audio CD ONLY) Chapters 1-10 only from "Familia Romana" (Latin Edition) (Pt. 1) by Hans Orberg
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Studio: Focus Publishing/R. Pullins Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 4.95" Width: 5.56" Height: 0.09" Weight: 0.13 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2005
Publisher Focus Publishing/R. Pullins Company
ISBN 1585101923 ISBN13 9781585101924
Availability 0 units.
More About Hans Orberg & Terence Tunberg
Hans Henning Orberg (1920-2010) received his MA in English, French and Latin from the University of Copenhagen in 1946. He taught at various Danish high schools until 1963 and at the Grenaa Gymansium until 1988. From 1953 to 1961 he served on the staff of the Nature Method Institute, Copenhagen. He is the author of the Latin course "Lingua Latina secundum naturae rationem explicata" (1955-56); the course was revised in 1990-91, with a number of supplements, under the title "Lingua Latina per se illustrata." His books were published by Domus Latina, a publishing house he founded in Denmark, and they are distributed in the English speaking world by Focus Publishing.
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Helpful Pronunciation Guide Apr 16, 2010
My local library had some books, "Using Latin" that I found were very helpful in giving me a jump start at my autodidactic efforts at learning to read Latin. Can't say that I am where I want to be with that now, but it has given me the confidence to try some harder projects. I recommend the books also. I have tried to teach myself Latin in the past from books, and it isn't as easy as grabbing Pimsleur programs and listening in the car. But you soon run into another problem even with these helpful books. You don't know how to pronounce the words. You have a rough idea, but should you ever have to or want to join a conversation about the Latin text you just read(And if you are reading Latin, you will find someone to talk Latin with) you might find yourself a bit embarrassed because you didn't go to the same Harvard prep-school they did. This little program is of great help fixing that problem for you. Also, just listening to it on its own in the car, you will find yourself increasing your Latin abilities. Dead language as Latin is, and this is the third dead language I have tackled, you still learn better the more senses you bring into the endeavor. Books and pictures work on vision, and possible touch. This will give you the auditory note to the lessons that you need. I highly recommend this if you want to learn Latin on your own. Or even if you are just struggling along in Latin at that Harvard prep-school.