In this first article in the three-part series about how to learn Latin, Daniel Pettersson, walks you through the important foundations to language learning. Drawing from own experience he guides you through motivation, goals and subgoals as well as talks about the paramount importance of habits.
In this guest article, Is “reading” Latin impossible?, Tom Keeline, assistant professor of Classics at Washington University, St. Louis, discusses the difficulties, the possibilities and the impossibilities when learning and reading Latin.
Optime mea quidem sententia fecit Milena Minkova, Academiae nostrae Latinitati Fovendae sodalis eademque mulier doctissima quae apud studiorum universitatem Kentuckianam Latinas litteras publice profitetur, […]
The grand humanist Erasmus of Rotterdam gave great advice on how to learn expressions, sayings, and proverbs. In this article, I'll show you how to adapt his easy method to learn the Latin vocabulary of everyday things.