So You Really Want to Learn Latin A Textbook for Common Entrance and GCSE by N. R. R. Oulton
  

Synopsis

So You Really Want to Learn Latin A Textbook for Common Entrance and GCSE by N. R. R. Oulton

This book takes pupils through 3rd declension adjectives, personal and demonstrative pronouns, relative clauses, 4th and 5th declension nouns, the passive voice, the comparison of adjectives and adverbs, irregular verbs and the history of Rome from Coriolanus to the 2nd Punic War. Clear explanation is followed by rigorous exercises to test and challenge pupils of all abilities. This book provides a thorough grounding of knowledge for pupils working towards Level 2 of Common Entrance, and completes the essential preliminary groundwork for GCSE. - Follows directly on from Book I for a seamless transition in learning - Provides the strong basis of knowledge required for the challenge of Common Entrance and entrance exams, and completes the essential preliminary groundwork for GCSE - Clear explanation is followed by plenty of practice exercises to ensure pupils become skilled and confident users of Latin

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I have been delighted with this course. I have used it with my Year 10 class and we are 'motoring'...! Gill Lynch, Presdales School No nonsense, no frills - a thoroughly practical approach to learning Latin. Lynne Povey, St Mary's, Ascot Just what is needed! Stephen Anderson, Winchester College Drags students by the scruff of the neck through the full range of Latin grammar and syntax.This is instruction with attitude! Julian Morgan, Derby Grammar School I have been delighted with this course. I have used it with my Year 10 class and we are 'motoring'...! Gill Lynch, Presdales School No nonsense, no frills - a thoroughly practical approach to learning Latin. Lynne Povey, St Mary's, Ascot Just what is needed! Stephen Anderson, Winchester College Drags students by the scruff of the neck through the full range of Latin grammar and syntax.This is instruction with attitude! Julian Morgan, Derby Grammar School

About the Author

Nicholas Oulton was educated at Charterhouse and Oriel College, Oxford. He is passionate about Latin, as is his dog, Herodotus, who ate the first two drafts of this book.Nicholas Oulton was educated at Charterhouse and Oriel College, Oxford. He is passionate about Latin, as is his dog, Herodotus, who ate the first two drafts of this book.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
128 pages

Author

N. R. R. Oulton
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Publisher

Galore Park Publishing Ltd an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

31st August 1999

ISBN

9781902984018


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