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Other Publications by the Author
The New College Latin & English Dictionary, Second Edition,
1994. Amsco School Publications, Inc., 315 Hudson Street,
New York, NY 10013-1085. ISBN 0-87720-561-2. Second
Edition, 1995.
Simultaneously published by Bantam Books, Inc., 1540
Broadway, New York, NY 10036. ISBN 0-553-57301-2.
Latin is Fun: Book I: Lively Lessons for Beginners. Amsco, 1989.
ISBN 0-87720-550-7. Teacher’s Manual and Key. Amsco,
1989. ISBN 0-87720-554-X.
Latin is Fun: Book II: Lively Lessons for Beginners. Amsco,
1995. ISBN 0-87720-565-5. Teacher’s Manual with Answers.
Amsco, 1995. ISBN 0-87720-567-1.
The New College German & English Dictionary. Amsco, 1981.
ISBN 0-87720-584-1. Bantam, 1981. ISBN 0-533-14155-4.
German Fundamentals: Basic Grammar and Vocabulary. 1992.
Barron’s Educational Series, Inc., Hauppauge, NY 11788.
Lingua Latina: Book I Latin First Year. Amsco, 1999,
ISBN 1-56765-426-6 (Hardbound); ISBN 1-56765-425-8
(Softbound).
Teacher’s Manual and Key, 1999, ISBN 1-56765-428-2.
Lingua Latina: Book II: Latin Second Year. Amsco, 2001,
ISBN 1-56765-429-0 (Softbound);
Teacher’s Manual and Key, Amsco, 2001, ISBN 1-56765-431-2
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Contents
Acknowledgements ...........................................................8
How to Use This Book......................................................9
Pronunciation...................................................................10
Abbreviations ..................................................................14
Chapter I: Greetings ........................................................15
Boy meets girl.
Mario runs into his friend Julia.
Tullia introduces her friend to Luke.
Chapter II: Family ...........................................................20
The censor asks the father some questions.
A son learns about his family tree from his
father.
Two friends discuss their family circumstances.
Chapter III: School ..........................................................25
Checking on homework.
Getting the lesson straight.
A teacher conducts her class efficiently.
The Pledge of Allegiance
Chapter IV: Daily Activities ...........................................35
Mother calls from downstairs to wake her
daughters.
Two sisters bicker as they get ready for the day.
Mother and daughters do the daily chores.
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Chapter V: Sports and Other Leisure Activities ............40
Her teacher asks Dorothy how she spends her
free time.
His teacher asks Theodore how he spends his
free time.
Paula and Robert discuss sports.
Chapter VI: The Human Body ........................................55
The teacher notices that Linda looks sick. She
asks Linda what is wrong with her.
A doctor is called in for the sick little girl,
Scintilla.
A doctor arrives at the scene of a fire to treat
one of the victims, a young man.
Chapter VII: Health and Physical Fitness .......................60
A trainer interviews a young athlete.
The trainer attends to an injured athlete.
A mother checks her daughter’s health.
Chapter VIII: Food and Drink.........................................67
A waitress waits on a senator.
A waiter serves dinner.
Planning a shopping trip.
Chapter IX: Days, Weeks, Months, Years ......................74
Two friends discuss their birthdays.
Two friends discuss their favorite seasons.
A father gives his son some family history.
Chapter X: Expressions of Time .....................................82
Marie asks her friend how he spends his days.
A coach interviews a new athlete.
A traveler is about to take a bus trip to Florida.
Chapter XI: Useful Colloquial Expressions....................90
Brian finds Jeffrey to be in a hurry.
Phyllis wants to discuss a problem with Marie.
Annette turns to her sister for advice.
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