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More than 34 pages of exercises in Latin to help you learn essential words and phrases in the language. We suggest printing out the Latin exercise book and working through the exercises with a pencil or a pen.
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BEGINNER’S LATIN BOOK
Make Your Own List. What books should you read if you want to learn Latin? Harry Mount and Katie Walker recommend the best books for learning Latin—the language of a small, central Italian tribe that managed to conquer most of Europe. Interview by Katie Walker. Before we get to number one, I should ask you— we know the answer to this, but for the unenlightened—why should anyone learn Latin?
Along with most European languages, it is a descendant of the ancient Proto-Indo-European language. Influenced by the Etruscan language and using the Greek alphabet as a basis, it took form as what is recognizable as Latin in the Italian Peninsula.