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[From the Preface]
The book that is placed in the hands of a pupil during his first year of the study of Latin should be simple and clear and interesting in its treatment of the language; it should teach with the utmost thoroughness those principles that it attempts to teach, but it should not attempt to teach to-day what may be taught more properly to-morrow; it should get the pupil into the reading of easy connected Latin as soon as possible, and for this purpose should supply a generous amount of material graded to his attainment; and it should never allow the pupil to leave the classroom without a reminder of the extent to which Latin is a part of his own language.
Ginn and Company
beginning latin grammar, lessons, vocabulary
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Jenkins, Thornton, "Collar and Daniell's First Year Latin" (1918). Books & Monographs. Book 1.