Un livre seul. Cette édition est la toute nouvelle édition de la méthode légendaire de Clément Desessard, revue et corrigée, mais également augmentée de. : Assimil book Il Latino Senza Sforzo ; Latin for italian speakers ( Italian Edition) () by Assimil and a great selection of similar New, . lo so leggere un libro in Latino sarebbe secondo me molto difficile, . Of course, Assimil actually has (or used to have) a Latin course in their range.

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They used to be part of a blog, I think.

Berard will write more. Assimli like you made a really good purchase. Amazon Prime Music Stream millions of songs, ad-free. Share your thoughts with other customers.

This is definitely not like LingQ. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. IIRC, their next run-through starts in September. Be the first to review this item Amazon Best Sellers Rank: ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. The old Desessard book is a v.

English Choose a language for shopping. With Ease series, which teach basic rules of grammar and a vocabulary of words; Perfectionnement series, which teaches more advanced idiosyncrasies and idioms of the target language; Business series, which focuses on vocabulary related to international business; Idioms series, which teaches common idioms. Notice that a link to online material was added to the 2nd-to-last paragraph of that post, which was left out, originally.

Don’t forget that the “schola latina” would provide a nice, steady, fairly gradual, “structured” approach, using the Assimil course.


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If I come across something like that, I’ll post it on this thread. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Product details Paperback Publisher: Assimil issued a new course by Ducos-Filippi a few years ago, allowing the older course to go out of print although supplies of the Italian version of the book may still not have been exhausted. I think that the level is at most the same as the initial Assimil Itialian course, and it’s in French.

Ah, here is what I remember: Perhaps it is not considered worth translating?

The Assimil method for teaching foreign languages is through the listening of audio asskmil and the reading of an accompanying book, one side native language, latinno side foreign language. I have a Serbo-Croatian course published in the 70s, which was very rich. If so, what do you think? Yes, I’ve heard several people say that the old Serbo-Croat course was one of Assimil’s all-time best offerings. I have the French edition; if you ever come upon what might be a typo that was missed by the errata; just “wall” me.

For someone who does not like the grammar-translation way of learning, Lingua Latina provides one of the few ways in English, at least, to tackle Latin from the beginning. Personally I have to love the ecclesiastical pronunciation – somehow it brings the Latin right alive for me maybe because I’m already used to the sound of modern Italian?

I’m not at all offended that you questioned my post–never hesitate.


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Most books contain around lessons, with the active phase starting on Lesson They also added that Assimil France regretted publishing this new course, so maybe they will reprint the Desessard course in the future. The contents seem to be lahino very close adaptation of the original s vintage French edition – even retaining those wonderfully sexy little cartoon-illustrations by Pierre Soymier and Robert Gring! BTW Ecclesiastical is basically the same as modern Italian, right?

Mike I wonder whether Assimil are also considering republishing some of their older courses in other languages too? Mike, I thought that the Ducos-Filippi book was not translated into Italian, too, and for the very reasons you stated.

BTW I assimil that the well respected “Lingua Latina” series also includes a concise grammar of the language which is written completely in simple Latin:. Will either of these methods work?

I’ve sampled the two sets of audio recordings ecclesiastical and restored classical and they both seem very good to me.

Le Latin, apprendre le latin – Assimil

And thanks for the link, polyglot2. Share your thoughts with other customers. I see that there is a massive hours of audio in total – but is this all done in Latin?