Adler's textbook is possibly the most complete Latin Course ever written. Adler's textbook was 'lost' and revived in 2007 by Evan der Millner. This audio presentation, originally produced by Evan for the Latinum Podcast, turns Adler into an immersion experience. It is unique, in focusing on learning the entire structure of Latin grammar through conversation. With over 200 hours of audio, it is the most comprehensive Latin course of its type in existence, and is excellent value for money.
Unlike with most Latin courses, with Adler you don't suddenly get 'stuck' as the textbook. after a few easy chapters. takes a leap forwards. Development is gradual and systematic, although the first couple of lessons do have some difficult grammatical material, the actual examples - where most of your learning takes place - are easy.
Each of the 97 lessons is in 3 parts: ( except for the first four lessons, which follow a slightly different arrangement)
1. Grammar and syntax with extensive paradigms added to the text. The grammar is very detailed, with large numbers of additional paradigms and useful memory clues. Vocabulary is presented in advance of every lesson. 2. Model question-answer conversations in Latin-English-Latin. Here you consolidate your vocabulary, and learn the grammatical structures in use. 3. Slow repetition and fast repetition of the conversational material in Latin only, for review. Once you have mastered section C of any lesson, it is time to move to the next lesson