A Student Handbook of Latin and English Grammar by Peter L. Corrigan,Robert Mondi

By Peter L. Corrigan,Robert Mondi

The learn of classical languages through prior generations of English-speaking scholars used to be enormously facilitated through the examine of English grammar within the colleges, a practice now out of fashion yet one who emphasised exactly the techniques, phrases, and structures wanted for the learn of Greek and Latin.

A scholar guide of Latin and English Grammar deals a student-friendly comparative exposition of English and Latin grammatical rules that would turn out a useful complement to a variety of starting Latin textbooks in addition to a convenient reference for these carrying on with directly to upper-level courses.

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