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Experts Tell Us the Best Books To Learn Latin

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This article showcases our top picks for the Best Books To Learn Latin. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Wheelock’s Latin, 7th Edition by Frederic M. Wheelock

This product was recommended by Matthew Paxton from Hypernia

If you are interested in learning Latin, here’s your book. It has a ton of great content, challenging exercises, historical backgrounds, and footnotes to give you extra detail. All the more reason to be considered best selling.

Winnie Ille Pu by A. A. Milne

This product was recommended by Eve Dorothy Kastin from The Independent Wordsmith

If you’re already familiar with the childhood classic Winnie the Pooh, you’ll find this translation an invaluable stepping stone towards fluency in Latin. You’ll be able to see immediately how new words are used, remembering for comparison their nuance in the English original.

North American Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Student’s Book by Cambridge School Classics Project

This product was recommended by Denise Thomas from Get Ahead of the Class

Cambridge Latin Course is literature based learning. It’s very engaging. My son loved it.

The Everything Essential Latin Book by Richard E Prior

This product was recommended by Lynda Fairly from Numlooker

I read the free version on my kindle app. It’s written in a way that’s easy to follow and has many different types of questions and exercises. The first chapter talks about the main characters of the Latin language and how it differs from others. The second chapter talks about verbs and how to conjugate them. It was great to help me visualize the Latin phrases I learned in class. I used this book to supplement my Latin classes in college, and it helped a lot! It is written in such a way that it really clicks with you when you start using it.

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