Latin: an intensive course by Floyd L. Moreland, Rita M. Fleischer
Latin: an intensive course Floyd L. Moreland, Rita M. Fleischer ebook
Publisher: University of California Press
ISBN: 0520031830, 9780520031838
I do not think academic standards at the undergrad level at a medieval university were particularly high. Sometimes late, takes a while to grade quizzes/tests. He has a wealth of knowledge in the subject. Overall GREAT professor, but don't expect easy A. Has anyone else used this, and what were your best books in any language that I have ever seen. So, take a good dose of humility and an intensive course in Medieval Latin, and you should be good to go. However, because of work commitments I can't go to classes and so this will be self-study. The Department of Classics and Italian studies (http://www.ficlit.unibo.it) of Bologna University offers an intensive three week Greek and Latin Summer School. Of course the work isn't easy for beginners, but the daily dose of humor and Roman culture that he gives out helps. When he links Latin to other languages, that might be a bit disconcerting (if all you want to do is . I am looking at studying Latin. I am thinking about using Reading Latin by Jones and Sidwell (which is used at the University of Western Australia as their initial text). Tests are hard, but he will be lenient if you participate and try.
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