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Latin Grammar: Reference Guide (Quickstudy: Academic) Pamphlet – 28 May 2004
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Looking to learn Latin? Learn the grammar principles with this QuickStudy Latin Grammar guide. This 4-page guide is laminated so you can take it on the go. It includes information on: the Latin alphabet, numerals, ordinals, capitalization, case system, word order, nouns, pronouns, articles, adjectives, comparatives and much more!
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general Latin usage.
It is quite basic, does what it sets out to do, but four pages with a very
small type face does little for my older eyes. Even when wearing my new
reading glasses, I find that the addition of a magnifying glass is required
to read some of the text.
I agree with other reviewers about declensions, they are presented as per
the USA rather than in the way I was taught at school in the UK.
It could have proved more useful had the US manufacturers, Quickstudy.com,
published this pamphlet in 8 pages, rather than a mere 4, and used a larger
type face. The addition of a side margin would also help those of us in UK/
Europe who would need to punch holes for European ring binders, if we were
to include it in a binder. It is almost impossible to punch new holes without
obscuring some of the wording in it's current state.
The product is a great idea, but very little thought seems to have been put
into it's overall presentation.
Larger print, and a side margin would have made it easily readable and
accessible for this older user.
I can only give it 3 stars.
However I'm very disappointed to find it's got holes pinched into it meaning words have been cut out which is not handy at all.
Maybe they should be sold without holes punched into them and leave that up to the customer to do.
The one downside to the chart is that, as it is published by an American company, the order of cases for nouns is that used in the USA and Europe - and not that used in the UK. By this I mean that the case order most UK students will be used to; nom, voc, acc, gen, dat, abl is not presented in favour of the US and European system of; nom, voc, gen, dat, acc, abl.
This makes little difference ultimately, but can be a bit frustrating when getting used to using the chart for the first time.
It would have been nice however if the text was a little bit bigger, which is why I have only given 4 stars.
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