There are 26 Romance languages, all which use some Latin roots. I am delighted to see the message above, which proves that despite learning an inflected language like Italian, never mind Latin, one can still write something so sloppily in English. The same analogy applies to French and Latin. By far the best comment here so far , and I've already wasted quite a bit of time reading them. How can we achieve this with the least sacrifices? PS Do you have any arguments of your own David?
Between Two Worlds: How Young Latinos Come of Age in America
Marketing callers will need to display their phone number or use a special pre-fix that indicates a marketing call. It's your opinion and you're entitled to it. And we are making all sorts of useful connections. I find your naive 'article' laughable! Dear me, it sounds like you, Mr Clark, are incredibly bitter that you do not have the mental capacity to study the ancient languages.
Donald Clark Plan B: 10 reasons to NOT teach Latin (reductio ad absurdum)
You may argue that a student can study etymology in order to prepare for the exam, but taking Latin forces a student to learn word roots and grammar. Surely I'm not blindly adhering to any language, but am instead providing a defense against your attacks. I couldn't disagree more. I would not, however, dismiss modern Romance languages completely, as Spanish and Portuguese are the main languages of Latin America. I doubt that a 'good' translation can ever take the place of the original text. That is an interesting debate. Always pleased to see how anonymous 'Latinists' use reason to defend their cause.
Surely all of that Latin has been of some use in honing your powers of reason? Latina Christiana 1 Activity Book, Grs. Are any of your arguments meant to be taken seriously, or is it an exercise in faulty reasoning? Oh, English Speakers and their little, little, little "I'm the centre of the world" world! So Latin has taught you to capitalise shout an adverb and mispell my name. It is clear that learning Latin did little to improve your ability to debate and discuss serious issues, mistaking rhetoric for reason. Suppose a snobby doctor shows off his knowledge of medicine: