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    Srs. 10/10 subject everyone should be made to study it
    Title is meant to say 'Latin'
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    What is Latis?

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    What is Latis?

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    Latin
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    What is Latis?

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    I meant to type latin
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    (Original post by teenhorrorstory)
    I meant to type latin
    You should probably learn English before moving onto Latin.

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    You should probably learn English before moving onto Latin.

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    I don't know about Latis.

    But I know about Latina women though.
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    (Original post by DiddyDec)
    You should probably learn English before moving onto Latin.

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    Lmao ouch. I was typing really fast and didn't proof read.
    Have no idea how to edit a title :lol:
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    (Original post by teenhorrorstory)
    Lmao ouch. I was typing really fast and didn't proof read.
    Have no idea how to edit a title :lol:
    I don't think you can.

    Now on topic. Latin is boring, I studied it from age 9 to 13 since it was compulsory.

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    I don't think you can.

    Now on topic. Latin is boring, I studied it from age 9 to 13 since it was compulsory.

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    Ah, direct opposite for me. I thoroughly love and enjoy Latin. I find it so stimulating! It's a very complex language though, and sometimes I ask myself "why am I studying a dead language", but I think it's still very useful. I really like learning not only the language,but also the history of the Roman Empire. It wasn't compulsory in my school. In fact my class were the first GCSE class to do it, and we're now the first A level. I wish more state schools could offer it
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    I've looked at it and thought about self-studying it before but honestly the German case system is bad enough let alone Latin with its 6/7 cases and no word order at all.
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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    I've looked at it and thought about self-studying it before but honestly the German case system is bad enough let alone Latin with its 6/7 cases and no word order at all.
    Ahaha yeah the word order can be crazy,especially when you move on to studying Verse/Prose and the writers place words in the most random places.

    You get used to it though
 
 
 

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