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Looking at Latin Online Grammar Review Website Now Available

Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers is pleased to announce the official launch of its new, Latin grammar review website, Looking at Latin Online.

Based on Anna Andresian's visual Latin grammar primer, Looking at Latin, the website contains 5,717 Andresian-authored questions on all aspects of Latin grammar, edited by LeaAnn Osburn and Don Sprague, and "adapted for the screen" by Andrew Reinhard. The questions (multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank, short answer, translation, true/false, matching) can be used in support of any Latin textbook and are appropriate for anyone wishing to review Latin grammar at any level, from the definitions of "case" and "tense" to the double dative and beyond.

The questions are self-pacing and self-correcting, grouped by topic, and allow students to review instantly questions they miss, giving them multiple chances to try again. Most questions are illustrated; all are presented in Flash and can be viewed with Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and other Internet browsers.

Sign up for your free, 7-day trial at: http://lookingatlatin.com. Individual and school licensing is available.

Please email questions, comments, suggestions to me at areinhard@bolchazy.com.

Valete,

Andrew Reinhard
Director of eLearning
Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers
areinhard@bolchazy.com

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