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Latin Readers & Texts

Our favorite Latin reader is Lingua Latina per se Illustrata, Pars I: Familia Romana by Hans Orberg. (There is also a book of exercises that go with it.)  And if you feel so inclined, the teacher’s materials. Here are Free lists of Lingua Latina vocabulary, and Free online flashcards for Lingua Latina.

We also provide some free Latin readers in our store. These are great simple stories for students to try out their new Latin skills and practice what they’ve learned.

The Latin Library – A fantastic resource of original texts in Latin ranging from classical authors like Cicero (1st century B.C.) to Christian authors like Milton (18th century A.D.). Although some of these works are far from simple, many of them are approachable by a student who has made it through Lesson 20 of Visual Latin.

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A Fun Way to Learn Latin

Visual Latin lessons pair three videos with worksheets and online flashcards to guide students from grammar concepts, to practice sentences, to reading in Latin.

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