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Latin Flash Cards by

This set of Latin Flash Cards contains all the Latin words required for Common Entrance and scholarship examinations and is ideal for vocabulary building and exam revision. Each card gives the Latin word, grammatical information, meaning, exam level and, where relevant, an English derivation to help with remembering the word. - Endorsed by ISEB - Features all vocabulary required for Common Entrance, entrance exams at 13+ and scholarship - ideal for practice and revision - The perfect revision tool for visual learners, this resource will make revision interactive and fun! Suitable for ISEB 13+ Latin exams up to and including Summer 2014. 3 additional pieces of vocabulary are required for all exams sat from Autumn 2014 onwards. Download this vocabulary from www.galorepark.co.uk

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These cards will be valuable teaching tools to be brought out on occasion. They cover all CE levels (and a bit more besides) and add, as you would expect, the useful bits like genders, genitives, and principle parts. They are made of decent quality, glossy, rigid card and are ideal for pairs work. Paul Tweddle on the SATIPS broadsheet Spring 2008

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1st March 2008

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9780903627658


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