In Progress: NEW Recordings for Pattern Practice Exercises (Latin by the Natural Method)

I’m redoing something from the past that doesn’t exist today! I’m taking the incomplete tape scripts from Fr. Most’s Latin by the Natural Method, translating and completing each exercise, and recording them, making them an audio resource as they were meant to be. After reading each lesson of the textbook, students can then listen to the Pattern Practice Exercises here and respond orally, making the learning process with this curriculum even more “natural.”

(Small print alert/Caveat auditor:) I strongly roll my “r’s” in these recordings, as in Spanish or Italian, but it is also correct to pronounce Ecclesiastical Latin with the nasal French/German “r” pronunciation. And, errare est humanum–please let me know what mistakes you come across so I can fix them as soon as possible.)

I hope this resource will be a great help to all of you. As the weeks go by, I will be adding more. There will eventually be 81.

Chapter 1 Pattern Practice Exercises (Latin by the Natural Method, Vol. 1)
Chapter 2 Pattern Practice Exercises (Latin by the Natural Method, Vol. 1)
Chapter 3 Pattern Practice Exercises (Latin by the Natural Method, Vol. 1)
Chapter 4 Pattern Practice Exercises (Latin by the Natural Method, Vol. 1)
Chapter 5 Pattern Practice Exercises (Latin by the Natural Method, Vol. 1)
Chapter 6 Pattern Practice Exercises (Latin by the Natural Method, Vol. 1)
Chapter 7 Pattern Practice Exercises (Latin by the Natural Method, Vol. 1)
Chapter 8 Pattern Practice Exercises (Latin by the Natural Method, Vol. 1)
Chapter 9 Pattern Practice Exercises (Latin by the Natural Method, Vol. 1)
Chapter 10 Pattern Practice Exercises (Latin by the Natural Method, Vol. 1)

…. more to come!

Please let me know what I can do to make them more useful. God bless you!

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