Complete Latin (free resources)

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Complete Latin (free resources)

Gavin Betts


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This is the free audio that accompanies the 2018 edition of Complete Latin (9781444195835). This book is available to purchase from most book retailers. You will need the book to get the most out of this audio.

Complete Latin is a comprehensive book and audio course that takes you from beginner to advanced level.

Discover a new and effective way to learn Latin. Complete Latin contains for the first time key Latin texts on audio to give you extra depth and context and to bring the Classical World to life.

- Learn proverbs - including those taken from Erasmus's collection, the Adagia
- Move on to graded readings drawn from Martial, Virgil, Caesar, Cicero and other classical authors
- 31 learning units
- Based on real Latin, not made-up sentences and stories
- Packed with grammar, vocabulary and practice
- Discovery Method - figure out rules and patterns to make the language stick
- Test Yourself - see and track your own progress
- Revision website for extra practice

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Gavin Betts:
Gavin Betts (MA Cambridge) was Associate Professor of Classical Studies at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia until his retirement. Among numerous other publications, he is also the author of Complete New Testament Greek and co-author of Complete Ancient Greek.



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Cantium commented on Complete Latin (free resources) from Complete Latin (free resources): please note: I would say accept the absence of audio for 1-14 and be content with audio for 15 onward. FYI, this course is an oldie but a goodie. if you can, pay attention to the pronunciation guide provided in detail in the book, and practice religiously at first until correct pronunciation is second nature. professor Betts has provided us with the best Latin course available today though he is deceased. I searched literally EVERYWHERE for a comparable comprehensive Latin course, for review, with the original pronunciation I was taught many years ago. Professor Betts from Australia is the only study course available which offers this correct pronunciation. I highly recommend this course to anyone! you will not be sorry you chose to invest time learning Latin properly. better than Wheelock, better than Cambridge and others.
Colin Wise commented on Complete Latin (free resources) from Complete Latin (free resources): Where are units 1 to 14?