the classics pages
Resources for teaching Latin and Greek
Latin is included along with dozens of other languages in a universal
web travellers' phrasebook. They helpfully point out that although
Latin is "dead", it is spoken in the Vatican City. A marvellous, if
bizarre idea - slightly spoiled by mis-spellings. But if you want
to be able to translate Latin phrases instantly into Afrikaans or
Hungarian, this is for you! Site is now hideously commercialised (March
2004) - but if you scroll down and choose "Latina, Latin"
in "the language you speak" it still works inits inimitable
and Greenough's New Latin Grammar
A favourite Latin grammar, dating from the turn of the century.
The English of this grammar is formal and slightly antiquated
("I be dancing"), but is an excellent resource for students
Latin Teach Web Page
Sharon Kazmierski's excellent and enthusiastic base for supporting
Latin Teachers worldwide. She also operates a mailing list -
details on the site. Also an excellent and frequently updated
of links (much better than anything on my site!)
A saucy Latin text
with hypertext links to grammar and vocabulary.
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