Latin Primer 1, Teacher's Text, 3rd Edition
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Latin Primer 1, Teacher's Text, 3rd Edition   -     By: Martha Wilson

 Latin Primer 1, Teacher's Text, 3rd Edition

Canon Press / 2008 / Paperback

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In Latin Primer 1 Martha Wilson equips elementary school students (grades 3 and up) with a solid foundation in classical Latin. Newly revised and expanded, this text covers the very basics: vocabulary for everyday concepts like farming, sailing, the human body, constellations, and family; verb and noun endings; and other beginning grammar concepts. This updated teacher's edition includes new teacher's notes, weekly quizzes, and a full glossary. 3rd Edition.

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Title:  Latin Primer 1, Teacher's Text, 3rd Edition
By: Martha Wilson
Format: Paperback
Vendor: Canon Press
Publication Date: 2008
Weight: 2 pounds 4 ounces
ISBN: 1591280559
ISBN-13: 9781591280552
Series: Latin Primer
Stock No: WW280552
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