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For a dead language, Latin remains pretty lively - Herald Palladium (subscription)

For a dead language, Latin remains pretty lively - Herald Palladium (subscription) | iBook Author | Scoop.it
“ The Spokesman Review For a dead language, Latin remains pretty lively Herald Palladium (subscription) There is a bit of ancient school-boy doggerel that goes, "Latin is a language, As dead as dead can be.”
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The benefits of Latin language study - by Susan Klatz Beal - Helium

“ People tend to underestimate the importance of the Latin language because it isnt a spoken language, but that doesnt mean there arent considerable..., Susan Klatz Beal (Benefits of learning Latin http://dld.bz/VET6...”;
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Book Review: Latin – Story of a World Language

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“ One of the biggest success stories among the world's language gets a genial history”
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Center for Applied Second Language Studies: Halloween Ideas for Latin Classrooms

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A Little Latin for the Brain: One Sentence from Livy | Latin Language Blog

A Little Latin for the Brain: One Sentence from Livy | Latin Language Blog | iBook Author | Scoop.it
“ So you are learning Latin...But you're still struggling on how to breakdown a sentence? Learn more facets of Latin grammar from one sentence than ever before!!”
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Latin and Its Influence on English Language | Top Tips for Teaching ...

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The Olympic Games in Ancient Rome | Latin Language Blog

The Olympic Games in Ancient Rome | Latin Language Blog | iBook Author | Scoop.it
“ You know the impact the Ancient Greeks had on the Olympics. Now learn about Rome's impact on their history.”
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SAT / ACT Latin Language Test Prep - Sample

“ This is a prep lesson for standardized tests from Visual Latin.”
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Language Nerds Try Using Space Images to Make Latin Cool Again

Language Nerds Try Using Space Images to Make Latin Cool Again | iBook Author | Scoop.it
“ A group of volunteers is attempting to bring the language of Latin back to the masses, by offering translated captions of Nasa’s photos of Mars in the wording favored by historians, posh people and the Pope.”
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Vatican Latin expert finds new uses for an ancient language - CathNews

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“ CathNewsVatican Latin expert finds new uses for an ancient languageCathNewsWhen Msgr Daniel Gallagher was a microbiology major at the University of Michigan, his growing curiosity about the "deep questions" led the pre-med student to take...”
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Latin's the perfect language for a tweet, or even an emailum - Telegraph.co.uk

Latin's the perfect language for a tweet, or even an emailum - Telegraph.co.uk | iBook Author | Scoop.it
“ Telegraph.co.uk Latin's the perfect language for a tweet, or even an emailum Telegraph.co.uk Since one of the things that is always said about Latin is that it is a very “economical” language, this would seem to make sense for the limited number of...”
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Latin: A 'dead language' that's still alive

Latin: A 'dead language' that's still alive | iBook Author | Scoop.it
“ November 13, 2012. (Romereports.com) Latin is the official language of the Vatican. Even though it's considered a dead language, its roots are still relevant in both culture and religion. The Pope understands this quite well.”
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Lupercalia: The Romantic Holiday Before Valentine's Day | Latin Language Blog

Lupercalia: The Romantic Holiday Before Valentine's Day | Latin Language Blog | iBook Author | Scoop.it
“Read and Learn about the strange "Love" holiday of the Ancient Romans.”
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Latin Language Spoken Example 3

“ Salve Latin language spoken, not many good examples of Latin this is better example excerpt from the new documentary The Destiny Of Rome. Roma in Italia est....”
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Latin roots in body language - Views - livemint.com

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“ Latin roots in body language, The imprint of Latin can be clearly seen in the vocabulary of anatomy, Views...”
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School Latin project lands European language award

School Latin project lands European language award | iBook Author | Scoop.it
“ “Salvete liberi. Propositum praemium meret.””
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Conversation guide for the Ancient Rome | Latin Language Blog

Conversation guide for the Ancient Rome | Latin Language Blog | iBook Author | Scoop.it
“ A few years ago, before going on a trip abroad, it was habitual buying a travel guide of the destination which also included some useful phrases or basic expressions to comunicate with locals.”
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The Unofficial Ancient Roman Monster Survival Guide | Latin Language Blog

The Unofficial Ancient Roman Monster Survival Guide | Latin Language Blog | iBook Author | Scoop.it
“ Learn about 5 Ancient Roman Monsters that you didn't know exist, how to spot them, and how to survive an encounter.”
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1 - 1,000,000 in Latin and Roman Numerals | Latin Language Blog

1 - 1,000,000 in Latin and Roman Numerals | Latin Language Blog | iBook Author | Scoop.it
“ Learn how to easily make, read, and understand Roman Numerals and Latin Numbers!”
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Numen - The Latin Lexicon - An Online Latin Dictionary - A Dictionary of the Latin Language

The Latin Lexicon (nicknamed Numen) is an online Latin dictionary (a dictionary of the Latin Language) and Latin grammar tool based on multiple sources, including both An Elementary Latin Dictionary (by Charlton T. Lewis) and A Latin Dictionary (by Lewis & Short). This online dictionary is different from any other you've ever used. It has been built from the ground up using AJAX technology to allow the fastest, most efficient and most useful user interface. Oh, and it includes macrons!
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As Pompeii Crumbles...How will it be remembered? | Latin Language Blog

As Pompeii Crumbles...How will it be remembered? | Latin Language Blog | iBook Author | Scoop.it
“ First it was just a place, then it was presented in museums, then it became a song, then a movie; what will be next?”
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The Divine Riches of the Latin Language

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“ My son's interest in the Latin language, fuelled by his engaging Latin teacher, remains unbroken. Recently, for example, he wished to discuss the authenticity of some volumes of John Maddox Roberts...”
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Letter: Latin is beneficial in learning other languages | Wilton Bulletin

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Letter: Latin is beneficial in learning other languages | Wilton Bulletin
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Numen - The Latin Lexicon - An Online Latin Dictionary - A Dictionary of the Latin Language

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Body Language: Vocabulary Rooted in Latin Anatomy : Lesson Plans : Thinkmap Visual Thesaurus

Body Language: Vocabulary Rooted in Latin Anatomy : Lesson Plans : Thinkmap Visual Thesaurus | iBook Author | Scoop.it
“ Thinkmap Visual Thesaurus: Lesson Plans - How can students use Latin anatomy terms to help them understand the roots and meanings of some contemporary English vocabulary words?”
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