This site is all about helping you find a class or training program to help you learn the Latin language.
While Latin may not be the initial choice for most incoming foreign language students, it still represents a significant section of this field’s curriculum.
Languages are traditionally taught through standard classroom learning, individual home study through CDs and DVDs, and classes and programs delivered via the Internet.
Elementary school kids can start with a simple course where they can gain initial exposure to the language, gain vocabulary, learn grammar, and the language’s relationship with English.
Adults and teachers can take beginning classes or refresher courses. Individual online learning is available.
Knowing a little of this language is helpful for anyone going into a medical field, physical science area or linguistics field.
Finding a Latin course isn’t as easy as finding most language instruction, but you should be able to locate a class or training program that will help you to get a basic understanding of this language.
The Association for the Promotion of the Study of Latin is dedicated to both studying and promoting the Latin language.
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