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The Cambridge Latin Course is a well-established introductory course developed by the Cambridge School Classics Project. This fourth edition offers a number of new features whilst retaining the fundamental elements of this popular course. Book III is based in Bath and Chester, and contains explanatory language notes with grammatical tables and vocabularies, practice exampl The Cambridge Latin Course is a well-established introductory course developed by the Cambridge School Classics Project. This fourth edition offers a number of new features whilst retaining the fundamental elements of this popular course. Book III is based in Bath and Chester, and contains explanatory language notes with grammatical tables and vocabularies, practice examples, background information and illustrations and a vocabulary checklist for each Stage. The layout of the stories and language notes has been improved, and the grammar sections, stories and exercises have also been revised to aid both pupils' and teachers' comprehension.


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The Cambridge Latin Course is a well-established introductory course developed by the Cambridge School Classics Project. This fourth edition offers a number of new features whilst retaining the fundamental elements of this popular course. Book III is based in Bath and Chester, and contains explanatory language notes with grammatical tables and vocabularies, practice exampl The Cambridge Latin Course is a well-established introductory course developed by the Cambridge School Classics Project. This fourth edition offers a number of new features whilst retaining the fundamental elements of this popular course. Book III is based in Bath and Chester, and contains explanatory language notes with grammatical tables and vocabularies, practice examples, background information and illustrations and a vocabulary checklist for each Stage. The layout of the stories and language notes has been improved, and the grammar sections, stories and exercises have also been revised to aid both pupils' and teachers' comprehension.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Judi Mckay

    It’s taken me just under a year to work through this book, I’m so happy to be able to mark it as fully read! It’s a great way to learn Latin, but you really do need to memorise stuff as you go through - which I sadly didn’t do enough of, so I’ll have to reread parts!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Nazlee Hasan

    Latin III: not the exact date I finished it. Also, definitely skipped around. On to Caesar/Virgil.

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