Suggestions for good books for learning Latin ?
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(07-04-2018, 11:54 AM)AndreasIosephus Wrote: Thank you all for your suggestions !  Smile

What about 'Latin Grammar : Grammar Vocabularies and Exercises in Preparation for the Reading of the Missal and Breviary' by Cora Carroll Scanlon ? 

If anyone has any experience using this book and has the answer key to the exercises, please do provide me the references; it would be of immense help ! 

Thanks, once again !  Smile

Scanlon is very useful for its glossary – a big help for geographic terms you'll run into in Matins lessons; it is, however, difficult to use by yourself, as its explanations and examples are extremely skimpy.
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