Lingua Latina: Teacher's Materials and Answer Keys

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Focus Item #: 00749
Author(s): Hans H. Orberg
ISBN-13: 978-1-58510-074-3
Format: Paperback
pp: 150


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Advice to the Teacher

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This book serves as both Teacher’s Materials and and Answer Key for both Familia Romana and Roma Aeterna. The answers are for the pensa and Exercitia Latina I and II books.

If you have purchased the CD Rom’s, you do not necessarily need this answer key, as the answers are provided on the CD Rom’s after 3 attempts.


Includes Advice to the Instructor, and exercises to be photocopied as hand-outs or tests.


For anyone using the Lingua Latina series. We do restrict the sales of this text to homeschoolers, Teachers and Professor along with self-learners. Lingua Latina is used in many schools, colleges and universities and we try to limit student’s access to the answers per the request of the instructors. For this reason, we ask that you please include course name, number, and name of institution in the "comments" area of the order form when ordering.

About the Author

Hans Henning Ørberg (1920-2010) 1946 MA in English, French and Latin at the University of Copenhagen. 1946-52 and 1961-63 teacher at various Danish highschools. 1953-61 on the staff of The Nature Method Institute, Copenhagen. 1963-88 teacher at Grenaa Gymnasium. Author of the Latin course Lingua Latina secundum naturae rationem explicata, first published 1955-56. New revised edition published 1990-91 under the title Lingua Latina per se illustrata, with a number of supplements. After his retirement he ran a publishing house called Domus Latina, which his children now run.

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