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In today's global economy, Latin may not be the first language that comes to mind when deciding which foreign language to study. After all, it's considered to be a “dead” language, not spoken anywhere in the world. But, if you look carefully at the world around you, you may be surprised to discover how much Latin is already a part of your everyday language.

For example, Latin forms the basis of the terminology in every field of modern science. Why? As science develops, the new vocabulary typically comes from Latin and Greek roots. If you use a computer (Latin: computo, to sum up or count), work math problems with integers (Latin: integer, whole) and exponents (Latin: ex pono, ponere, out of place), or have to memorize the classification system of living things, you will be using Latin.

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Transparent Language

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Transparent Language provides Latin instruction through an online platform with a monthly subscription plan. If you like flexibility in the sequence of your studies and don’t need mastery requirements to keep you focused, you will love Transparent Language’s Latin lessons. They earn our top ranking among Latin language programs.
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Udemy

UDEMY

Udemy is “the world’s online learning marketplace”, providing on-demand video instruction to more than 13 million students. They offer a variety of Latin courses that can be purchased a la carte according to your needs. If you’d like lessons that are most like sitting in a classroom, you’ll want to check out what Udemy has to offer. Be aware that you may need to make additional purchases of textbooks or other materials required by the course you select.
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Rosetta Stone

ROSETTA STONE

Rosetta Stone is probably the first company you think of when deciding to study a new language. Their Latin lessons are provided solely on CD-ROM, with no options for online learning. Rosetta Stone does not offer much in the way of a free trial of their Latin program, but their 30-day money-back guarantee lets you give the program a try at no risk.
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Having a solid understanding of the latin language can make your studies much easier and more rewarding. Even the humanities use a significant amount of Latin. From business to law and beyond, you've probably become familiar with words and phrases like pro bono, caveat emptor, even veto and referendum: all derived from Latin.

If you decide to study Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese or Romanian at some future time, you'll have a big head start if you already know Latin. These Romance languages - so named because of the city of Rome, not because of love and flowers - all claim Latin as their parent language.

Finally, many schools of thought feel that Latin is an absolute requirement for a well-rounded, classical education. Knowing Latin has been shown not only to improve overall cognition but to also lead to a better knowledge of English language and grammar.

Overall, there are three primary factors to consider as you choose the Latin lessons that match your goals, individual learning style, and budget. These include:

  • Instructional Methods. If the program offers a sample lesson, try it out. Does it fit your ideal learning style (e.g. auditory, visual, etc.)?
  • Skill Level. Will the program provide more advanced lessons as you progress? Do you need any previous foreign language experience to succeed?
  • Value. Is the program a good investment? Does it provide you multiple levels for one price, or will you have to spend more later on lessons as you work your way through the program?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best Latin Lessons available today. We hope these reviews will help you find the best Latin lessons to achieve mastery of the language!

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Published:  Tue, 10 Jul 2018 17:54:00 GMT



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Published:  Tue, 17 Jul 2018 15:11:00 GMT



Liberty Latin America Schedules Investor Call for Second Quarter 2018 Results

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Published:  Tue, 17 Jul 2018 16:47:00 GMT



Dorval offers up outdoor Latin dancing lessons

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Published:  Wed, 18 Jul 2018 07:21:00 GMT



"˜Don't drink and tweet:' Lessons from the world's top marketing and media executives

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Published:  Tue, 17 Jul 2018 04:15:00 GMT



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