Lingua Latina
Worksheets, Audio, and other Study Aids


Lingua Latina Per Se Illustrata: You have to buy the book, but the help here is free.

Chapter 01 Chapter 02 Chapter 03 Chapter 04 Chapter 05
Chapter 06 Chapter 07 Chapter 08 Chapter 09 Chapter 10
Chapter 11 Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Chapter 14 Chapter 15
Chapter 16 Chapter 17 Chapter 18 Chapter 19 Chapter 20
Chapter 21 Chapter 22 Chapter 23 Chapter 24 Chapter 25
Chapter 26 Chapter 27 Chapter 28 Chapter 29 Chapter 30
Chapter 31 Chapter 32 Chapter 33 Chapter 34 Chapter 35

Should you be using Oerberg's book to learn Latin?

  • Yes, if you are an autodidact: Independent learners use it for self-study. There are many resources and study groups available online.

  • Yes, if you are an elementary school teacher. Young students use it successfully in exploratory Latin programs.

  • Yes, if you are a middle school teacher. Many middle school programs are built around its direct method of language acquisition.

  • Yes, if you are a high school teacher. High school programs thrive via its sound and logical progression through the most complex structures. This textbook has more vocabulary and grammar presented in a more logical way than popular textbooks such as Ecce Romani or Cambridge.

  • And yes, if you teach at the college level. University professors use it for introductory courses and for accelerated review.

  • And yes, if you are a homeschooling parent. The resources available online, the discussion lists, and the many supplemental materials enable parents to learn Latin just ahead of their students.


Teachers who love TPRS love this book. And so do teachers who believe in grammar and translation. And teachers who encourage high volume reading.

It is wonderfully adaptable and thoroughly enjoyable.

And difficult.

That's why you need a guide.

These pages help explain concepts found in the book. Chapter by chapter, from the simplest vocabulary practice to the most complex syntactical structures, these pages will help you read Lingua Latina Per Se Illustrata with deep comprehension and true enjoyment.

So explore. Have fun. Read and reread as often as possible.

Move slowly, read aloud, and learn Latin well.

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