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Latin Morphology 1: Verbs Present, Active, Indicative

Narrated by: Kenneth B. Wolfe
Length: 12 hrs and 7 mins
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This work provides instruction in Latin forms through the learning and repetition of simple sentences. The first volume focuses on verbs in the present tense, indicative mood, and active voice. It is intended for oral instruction.

©2018 Kenneth B. Wolfe (P)2018 Audiogreatbooks

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The exercises are probably fine but the sound quality is not good. It sound unnatural, somewhat mechanical, and very monotone, boring, robotic, devoid of human character. It should sound conversational. Probably recorded on the cheap. Hire a human professional actor. Specially that Latin words are not clearly enunciated. They should be given a particular pronunciation maybe even spell the words. Thanks
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  • phillclark
  • 01-05-19

Listen & Repeat. Good for building Latin fluency.

Salvete.
Useful for those who want to develop their Latin verbal fluency. By repeated listening and speaking, one can after a while start to hear patterns of expression and develop a sense of Latin grammar. Be forewarned, it may take a lot of persistence but worth the effort, magna bona. Looking forward to more audio Latin exercises by Kenneth B. Wolfe.
Tibi gratias argo et cura ut valeas. Valete. Phill Clark