From the Makers of Modern Parables: Visual Latin

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These 10 lessons are the first half of the first semester of Visual Latin.  Go to VisualLatin.comfor free previews and further information.

Each lesson includes 3 videos: GrammarSentences, & Reading and 3 PDFs: Instructions,Worksheets, and Answers.


Four free introductory lessons here.

HT: JT

4 Responses to From the Makers of Modern Parables: Visual Latin

  1. Jim Allman August 30, 2010 at 8:51 am #

    Unfortunately, the linked video started with a misspelling: ad laborem is correct!

  2. Jim Allman August 30, 2010 at 8:52 am #

    Additionally, he uses the wrong form of virtus and mispronounces it. Needs some work!

  3. Thomas August 31, 2010 at 11:51 am #

    Jim,
    Thanks for this catch! Our editor missed that “ad laborem” is really 3rd declension and mis-typed it; he’s fixing it right now. As far as virtus, Dwane did say he uses the genitive instead of the nominative, but it’s not necessarily wrong. Finally, concerning pronunciation, you may want to watch the free Intro lesson #4 where he explains why he says what he says; as you likely know, there are multiple ways of pronouncing Latin words. To show my thanks, I’ve created a coupon code for readers of this blog: just type in jimhamilton and if you’re one of the first 10 users, you’ll get 25% off. Just go to store.compasscinema.com. Salve!

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