GCSE Latin Prose Notes (Caesar - Druids & Tacitus)

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chazzer
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For anyone who is doing GCSE Latin, here are some prose notes I compiled, Caesar - Druids & Tacitus.

The bold is the latin, underneath that is the translation and the italics is the approximate english word order.
Square brackets represent words in the latin line below but do not fit the english translation.
Curly Brackets {} are as above but appear in the latin first.
Normal brackets are alternatives to either of the above.

They probably have a few mistakes and are a bit complicated to begin with but hopefully they will help you
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Thank you! I'm using your notes at the moment, and I must say they are very useful! I have my prose Latin in just under a month, and I'm sure this will help me to understand it further. Thank you again
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Thanks those files are really helpful
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oh my god you actual life saver *v tight hug* *runs off in a hysterical manner*
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This is great... Cheers... Do you think you can get notes up about Caesar's style of writing in Druides? Because that's what they're going to question us on right?
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thx so much bro
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