Book by Prior Richard
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"Latin Verb Drills" will prove to be an invaluable study aid to all those wishing to perfect their knowledge of Latin verbs. Whether used as a textbook supplement in a Latin class or as a self-study text for learning and review, this book will simplify the complexities of this crucial area of Latin-language studies. Combining the features of a textbook, workbook, and a self-study manual, "Latin Verb Drills" clearly and systematically explains how the Latin verb system works, while providing numerous and varied exercises for thorough practice of each point covered. The book will feature a final unit in which all the verb tenses are covered together to improve the reader's ability to select the correct verb form. This focus on drilling and getting the verb form correct, though ostensibly unexciting, meets an actual need not covered in other verb books.Klappentext:
The key to learning the Latin verb system
Latin’s precision stems in part from its complex verb system, and if you want to learn to read and write in Latin with confidence, you will have to master Latin verb usage. But for many learners, verb conjugation is the biggest hurdle to language mastery. If that describes you, this is one book you don’t want to be without.
Combining all the best features of a reference, a self-study manual, and a workbook, Latin Verb Drills includes a variety of powerful features that make mastering Latin verb conjugations easier than ever. In clear, concise terms, this book simplifies the complexities of the Latin verb system and provides you with:
Whether used as a supplement to a formal Latin course or as a self-teaching aid, Latin Verb Drills will help you quickly build the knowledge and skills you need to read and write in the language of Cicero and Caesar. Its all-drills format provides you with intensive practice in all aspects of the Latin verb system, including:
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