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Contents of Paradigms and Appendices from An Introductory Latin Course: A First Latin Grammar for Middle Schoolers, High Schoolers, College Students, Homeschoolers, and Self-Learners (most of which can be duplicated and used as handouts in a Latin class) [Paradigms Contain: full conjugations of every type of regular verb and of the major irregular verbs; full declensions of every type of adjective and noun; supplemental tables of noun/adjective endings and verb endings; full declensions of demonstrative pronouns and adjectives; declension of the cardinal numerals two, three, and thousand; Roman number words; and person(al) pronouns. Appendices Contain: guides to Latin literature, the Roman calendar, Roman names, and the seven hills of Rome; a list of easily confused Latin words; a table of the abbreviations used by physicians on prescriptions; tables of parts of the body, foods, and animals (with English derivatives); conversion tables for Latin to Spanish and Latin to French; a guide to the days of the Week in English, Latin, German, and the Romance languages; and a chart of the Greek alphabet.]

State Mottoes-complete (Latin and Greek) (with literal translations)

Why Study Latin, a statement for use in classrooms

Pater Noster, the Lord’s Prayer in Latin, a classroom handout

Pater Noster [Interlinear Literal (Word-by-Word) Translation]

Faeder ûre, the Lord’s Prayer in Anglo-Saxon, a classroom handout

Faeder ûre, The Lord’s Prayer in Anglo-Saxon [Interlinear Literal (Word-by-Word) Equivalence to Modern English]

8th Grade Final, 1895 (Salina, Kansas)

Sherwood Anderson, “The Book of the Grotesque,” from Winesburg, Ohio

Sherwood Anderson, “Sophistication,” from Winesburg, Ohio

Sherwood Anderson, “The Man Who Became a Woman” (1923)

Plato’s “The Apologia of Socrates,” Literally translated by R. Zaslavsky

Logical Fallacies

Rules of Inference and Quantification Rules

Greek Alphabet

Chaucer, Cant. Tales, Gen. Prologue: ME-only

Herman Melville, “Bartleby, the Scrivener: A Story of Wall-Street”

Konstantinos Kabaphes [= Constantine P. Cavafy], “King Claudius” (1899)

John Milton, Lycidas (1637)

Basic Versification Terms

Guide to the Origin of Modern Thought

Guide to Ancient Greek Thought

Translation Exercise Based on Four Translations of Homer, Odyssey, XI, 1-137 [This assignment is designed to sensitize students to the issues involved in studying a text in translation.]

Twentieth Century Film List: The Classics and Near-Classics

Film Bibliography

The Origin of Writing

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