1. Talia Satriano says:

    Thank you so much for all of this latin help, it is beautifully explained and easy to follow. You are amazing!!!

    1. You are very welcome, Talia! I’m glad to be of help 🙂

  2. Shelley D says:

    Thank you. I enjoy reading your emails. I’m actually teaching with Henle for our homeschool group. 🙂 We go through Latin 1 in three years though, starting over in years 2 and 3 from the beginning, but going at a faster pace each time. This is my second year with it, and I’m shocked how much we do know. Of course, there’s an infinite amount to learn!

    1. Hi Shelley, thanks for stopping by! I’m glad to hear that Henle is working for your homeschool group. 🙂 It is definitely one of the most popular textbooks in the homeschooling community – my mom had us start with Henle and then later transition to Wheelock’s. I believe I did Henle Latin 1 over two years in middle school

  3. Robert Davison says:

    I started learning Latin at 7 (in 1973) and stopped at 18 – to my ever lasting regret. Since then other languages have come my way, but Latin is still in my mind and still very useful. Having memorised declensions from an early age, they are firmly embedded, but I found the thread above interesting. We used JA Harrison’s Latin Reading Course which although first published in 1970 is still in print – amazing. Robert

    1. Hi Robert, that’s great that you have the declensions so firmly in your mind! Starting young is very helpful in that regard; I also learned declensions for the first time at age 7 and I don’t think I will ever forget them. I’m not familiar with Harrison’s book, but I will have to take a look at it. Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

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