Ah much better for me, I do feel guity, though.
Nothing worse than a whining, Latin student!
I'll check back on the site, rcvd a notice that site had been edited, that may have been the glitch.
On vista, w/ explorer, I see an audio bar click and hear the bar last time was blank.
Thank you again!
Just how man hands do you have.........?
Thank you, for so much! I've, got to buy your books, I have been looking all over town here for any Latin texts, oddly there are none to be found..... I guess they don't call it a dead language for nothing.
I like your one big file, idea, if I could load it all as one into a mp3 player, Great!
The one big problem I've had with many mp3 DL's of Latin is the intro's, distracting you from your purpose, or the hosts blurb at the back.
As to writing books, in Latin at tarheel, I'd love to see "go dog go" "green eggs and ham" I wonder how or if they would give permission..........................
For a translation online nonprofit.
My approach to latin has been to get a lotof exposure to it without straining to make sense of it, and only then, struggle to puzzle it outand then crack the books. More like we learned English, we heard it all day, and picked it up.
I've tried to sit down and Study a language, and got bogged down in all the fluff.
Damn if i don't prattle on, online as well! How sad for me!
Laura, Thank you for your help. The material is adapted from Scott and Horne's 1936 editon of Latin Book One. You can write to me here at eLatin or directly at firstname.lastname@example.org . Thanks for letting me and others know about the Tarheel Reader. Jerry
I've been doing some research and came upon your information. Your site is great. Have you ever entertained the idea of sub teaching online for highschool students. I would love to talk more about the subject if you are open.
I'm working on comparative and superlative adverbs with my second-year students, and I'm thinking proverbs would be a great tool for teaching them, especially morals from fables. Do any of your sites have a searchable feature I can use that would help me pick out proverbs/fables that have adverbs?
I wish I could - but all the technical work was done by the student who played Gandalf. He used several advanced film editing programs. I only supervised the stage direction and the writing of the script.