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Is this is Greek AND English?
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What version is this and does it match the version of the Answer Key you have listed? They look different. I can't tell for sure. Thanks!
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Are the dvds neccessary for this course Or are they considered "support material"?
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Does this curriculum say the grade level on it?
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Is this is Greek AND English?
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What version is this and does it match the version of the Answer Key you have listed? They look different. I can't tell for sure. Thanks!
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Are the dvds neccessary for this course Or are they considered "support material"?

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Memoria Press First Form Latin Student Text

Lose your fear of learning or teaching Latin! This uncluttered, small (8" x 8") textbook features a limited vocabulary of only 185 words-but teaches those words through the unique "Grammar-First" approach. Through thirty 2-page lessons, students will learn vocabulary derivatives, detailed explanations of Latin sayings, syntax, and translation slowly, with an emphasis on mastery. Conjugations are clearly shown in two-tone colors, visually emphasizing the important or changing parts students need to memorize. Designed for teachers with no background in Latin, First Form Latin is recommended for grades 6-12, or for younger students who have completed Latina Christiana I; First Form Latin may be taught to students of all ages since beginners, regardless of age, are in the grammar stage of learning. 112 pages, softcover.
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I have 3 children - 2 in HS, 1 in MS. I want to teach them Latin for HS credit (and learn Latin myself), but I have no idea where to start. We have never taken Latin at all. Would First Form Latin be the one to start with, or should we start with Latina Christiana I?
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This is specifically directed for grades 6-12 with no prior latin education. The Latina Christian I is generally used by younger students.
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