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[(Latin: A Linguistic Introduction)] [Author: Renato Oniga] Published On (October, 2014)


Publisher: Oxford University Press (October 28, 2014)
Language: English
ASIN: B00Y33Y9V6
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“I'm a Latin teacher so I bought this book looking for new ways to improve my teaching. The book applies modern and contemporary linguistic theories like generative grammar to the study of the Latin language. At the same time it acknowledges the value...”