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by Hans H. Ørberg

  • ISBN: 1585104205
  • Author: Hans H. Ørberg
  • ePub ver: 1134 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9 of 5
  • Language: Latin
  • Pages: 328
  • Publisher: Focus; Second edition (March 1, 2011)
  • Formats: lrf mobi lrf docx
  • Category: Reference
  • Subcategory: Foreign Language Study & Reference
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Hans H. Orberg The pages' frame is just a window that displays the pages of the book (which, by the way, are simple images of the book Familia Romana) and the controls are buttons (simple squares) with text written inside.

The pages' frame is just a window that displays the pages of the book (which, by the way, are simple images of the book Familia Romana) and the controls are buttons (simple squares) with text written inside.

A Latin morphology to be used with Lingua Latina: Part I: Familia Romana. If you are considering purchasing the main book - Lingua Latina per se Illustrata - then I would strongly recommend you purchase this and the other books in the series. They form a complete whole, meet the needs of both student and teacher, can be applied in the class as well as for individual study, and serve excellently as a method of learning Latin for both young and old.

Hans Ørberg's Lingua Latina per se Illustrat . Familia Romana (the main book of Pars I of the Lingua Latina per se illustrata series) contains thirty-five chapters and describes the life of a Roman family in the 2nd century . It culminates in readings from classical poets and Donatus's Ars Grammatica, the standard Latin school text for a millennium. Each chapter is divided into two or three lessons (lectiones) of a few pages each followed by a grammar section (Grammatica Latina) and three exercises (Pensa)

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Start by marking Lingua Latina per se Illustrata: Pars I: Familia Romana as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Hans Ørberg's impeccable latinity, humorous stories, and the Peer Lauritzen illustrations make this work a classic. The book includes a table of inflections, a Roman calendar, and a word index, Index vocabulorum. I don't know if it would be appropriate in a class, but for self-study I couldn't recommend it more.

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Familia Romana (the main book of Pars I of the Lingua Latina per se illustrata series) contains thirty-five chapters and describes the life of a Roman family in the 2nd century . Each chapter is divided into two or three lessons (lectiones) of a few pages each followed by a grammar section (Grammatica Latina) and three exercises (Pensa)

Hans Ørberg's Lingua Latina per se Illustrata is the world's premiere series for learning Latin via the Natural Method. The Natural Method encourages students to learn Latin without resorting to translation, but instead by teaching them to think in the language: students first learn grammar and vocabulary inductively through extended contextual reading and an ingenious system of marginal notes. Lingua Latina per se Illustrata is also the most popular series for those teachers at both the secondary and collegiate levels who wish to develop Latin conversational skills in the classroom.Familia Romana (the main book of Pars I of the Lingua Latina per se illustrata series) contains thirty-five chapters and describes the life of a Roman family in the 2nd century A.D. It culminates in readings from classical poets and Donatus's Ars Grammatica, the standard Latin school text for a millennium. Each chapter is divided into two or three lessons (lectiones) of a few pages each followed by a grammar section (Grammatica Latina) and three exercises (Pensa). Hans Ørberg's impeccable Latin, humorous stories, and the Peer Lauritzen illustrations, reproduced in full color, make this work a classic. The book also includes a table of declensions, a Roman calendar, and a word index (index vocabulorum). The Lingua Latina series incorporates the following features:The most comprehensive treatment of Latin grammar available in an elementary textbook.A vocabulary of almost 1,800 words, reinforced by constant and creatively phrased repetition, vastly expands the potential for later sight reading.A complete line of ancillary volumes, exercises, and readers both in print and online.
Comments (7)

Fearlesssinger
I have previously studied Wheelock's Latin and progressed through 2/3 of the text by myself. It is a great instruction method for laying a foundation in classical latin. Since I immersed myself in writing, reading, and speaking it aloud I made a very strong connection and retained much of what I learned. However, I like the pedagogical approach this book offers and decided to purchase it: speaking repetition is the next best thing to having actual conversations.

My only complaint is that since I downloaded it for use on my Kindle Fire 7 via the cloud reader the features are seriously lacking. Primarily because the text does not rotate for wide screen viewing and because of this the text is incredibly small. The plain reading text is a slight strain and the side information or words and definitions are mostly unreadable except in the most favorable of lighting situations. I'm not sure if all these problems are due to the fact that it wasn't actually formatted for my version of Kindle Fire 7. IMHO, if your going to make an ebook available and charge money for it take into account your customers and achieve an acceptable degree of functionality so that it actually makes more sense to purchase it an ebook version as opposed to a printed version.
Thetalune
I can't give this book anything other than five stars. If you are wanting to learn Latin as a living language, this is THE book. I cannot emphasize this enough. There is no other book you should be considering for the method this book uses, and within the terms of that method, it is clever and brilliant.

I'm someone who started Latin late in life as my college language requirement, using Wheelock's and the grammar first approach. I feel like I would not have had success in learning the Orberg way without that formal grammar background, but that is my own sentiment.

The order in which this book thinks about and uses Latin in combination with a clever and cumulative approach to its storytelling is a lovely thing, and if you are interested in this book and familiar with its goal of teaching Latin with Latin, get it. It's a lovely primer.
godlike
I CAN READ IN LATIN. Page one, never read latin before and I could understand ALL of it! This is the most incredible book I have ever purchased for learning another language, SERIOUSLY. If you want to learn latin, you need to get this book. I had so much fun reading it!
Loni
I really like the approach of this book. I bought it as a complete novice to Latin. I like the inductive, learn-by-reading method this book uses. The nice illustrations and book design add to my pleasure when working in this book.

Unfortunately, for me at least, the readings are mostly uninteresting. They aren't really stories - they lack most of the elements that make a story: interesting characters or situations, suspense and meaningful stakes, obstacles and villains, character transformation, etc. There are some more interesting accounts of myths, etc. toward the end. But, overall, I found the readings tedious, which is a major drawback for a self-learner like me trying to self-motivate to study. If you can force yourself read this book, you will learn a lot of Latin, however. I use this book as additional Latin practice, after other books.

I also bought the audio readings for this book. As a self-learner, these have been invaluable to hear how things should be pronounced. I also like to just repeatedly listen to get a better feel for the language. The audio is quite expensive - EXCEPT for here on Amazon, where it's sold a drastically lower price. It is here: Familia Romana: Latine Audio. This is the classical pronunciation. There is also a "church Latin" pronunciation available, found here: Lingua Latina Per Se Illustrata Pars I: Familia Romana Latine Audio: Ecclesiastical Pronunciation.

I'm an adult learning Latin on my own. I like to also learn grammar along the way. So I have decided to use this book a supplement, to practice reading Latin. My main book will be the Cambridge series, which I love. The first book is Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Student's Text North American edition. (There is also a cheaper paperback version.) I believe there are grammar supplements for this Lingua Latina series, too, but I had heard good things about the Cambridge books so I just went with that. I was also feeling a bit poor after paying so much for this book (I bought the Cambridge books used and very cheap.)

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