Un livre seul. Cette édition est la toute nouvelle édition de la méthode légendaire de Clément Desessard, revue et corrigée, mais également augmentée de. : Assimil book Il Latino Senza Sforzo ; Latin for italian speakers ( Italian Edition) () by Assimil and a great selection of similar New, . lo so leggere un libro in Latino sarebbe secondo me molto difficile, . Of course, Assimil actually has (or used to have) a Latin course in their range.
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Ernie Further to Mike’s last comment, the edition I got is a fairly recent issue I believe it’s late – I don’t have it in my hand right now and, yes, it is definitely an adaptation of the s Desessard edition.
It surprised me to see this. Read latono Read less.
I wonder whether Assimil are also considering republishing some of their older courses in other languages too? But I found these on amazon. Write a customer review.
One note of caution Ernie: Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. It it’s what you want to do, try it, figuring that you can put Latin aside for later if it turns asssimil to be too confusing. It is odd that Assimil kept the Italian version in print, but not the French.
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What Assimil Italia really needs is “Il Perfezionamento dell’italiano” visto che la serie “perfezionamente” esiste per le altre lingue. Grazie per il link, Mike ;- Per quanto riguarda il corso Assimil di perfezionamento in Italiano, Odiernod secondo me non ne ha bisogna!
Wow, that is great! Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. I’d like to learn Latin, as I am already learning two Latin based languages, but my goodness, how can I keep from getting it mixed up with my Spanish and Portuguese?
Well guys, I took delivery of “Il Latino senza sforzo” today. I’ll keep it in mind.
Definitely consider the “schola Latina” course; it establishes a regimen for your study and can keep you on track. The first by Desessardfrom the mid s, was very well thought of by many.
Assimil issued a new course by Ducos-Filippi a few years ago, allowing the older course to go out of print although supplies of the Italian version of the book may still not have been exhausted. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. Ah well, as a friend of mine in Germany used to say: The Adler textbook and the recordings look very interesting. It would seem they didn’t get it proof-read at laatino before printing.
Oh boy, what I am getting into here?
BTW I see that the well respected “Lingua Latina” series also includes a concise grammar of the language which is written completely in simple Latin: Ernie, The Adler textbook and the recordings look very interesting.
The word Assimil comes from assimilation. If I come across something like that, I’ll post asimil on this thread. Moreover, some beginners disapproved my ecclesiastical pronunciation They’re generally very nice people.
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Mike I wonder whether Assimil are also considering republishing some of their older courses in other languages too? That’s it–just the text, and recordings if you buy them. I mean the classical ones.