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Very useful
Excellent, easy to use flash cards. Only wish there would be a way to move from field to field while entering my words. The grammar challenges for verbs has made my mastery of verb forms soooo much improved. Now provide us with similar work matching adjectives to nouns and nouns to prepositions, please. This is not my first time studying Latin, but I might even advise a novice to use it. The odd old grammar books, especially the curious joking book nearly two centuries old are a burden on my iPad's memory. Better to make them optional.
emma r. on Aug 9, 2015 for version 3.3
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Nice layout, could be better in presenting conjugations quickly and clearly.
No Smiley Here on Jul 19, 2015 for version 3.3
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I am a first year Latin student and this app has been great for looking up all the new words. Quizzes are fun and helpful as well.
Lgw1988 on Jul 11, 2015 for version 3.3
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No professional academician should be without it, IMO.
I have been teaching Latin 1 for seven years. This app has transformed my class. It has made this woolen-jowled barbarian into a nearly adequate teacher! Learning progress is more rapid with it, and (more importantly) students gain the ability to distinguish good resources from bad "resources" (Google translate, AKA Da Da Poetry generator). Especially good for fostering STUDENT DRIVEN learning.
Hans Urs von Balthasar on Jul 2, 2015 for version 3.3
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Very Good
A very fine app, which does four things very well. 1. It provides many major texts. 2. For any given word in a text, it allows you to click to find the definition and to parse. 3. It provides full access to Lewis and Short, the best Latin-English lexicon available, with the exception of the Oxford Latin Dictionary. 4. It allows you to construct flash cards, even directly from any word whose definition you've looked up. The only major drawback is the paucity of texts. It would be very nice to have Cicero's more philosophical texts, such as de Natura Deorum.
samjon4 on May 11, 2015 for version 3.3
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Well designed app. Very useful for Beginners in Latin
I am a novice in the study of Latin language, and one of my major concern is how to distinguish the case/tense of the words that I encounter. The Parser under the dictionary prove to be really helpful, although it doesn't always give you a definitive answer, which means that sometimes you have to refer to the text to know the properties of the words. Regardless, this is a well designed app with friendly interface and easy-to-navigate features. Strongly Recommended.
Aaron_hwang25 on Apr 27, 2015 for version 3.3
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Simply the best.
This app brings a wealth of tools to any level of Latin aficionado. For any individual looking to keep their skills sharp, or feels the need to settle the sure meaning of a dead language in their day to day grind, this is phenomenal.
Stickadillo on Apr 16, 2015 for version 3.3
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Good app
It allows me to fulfill my dream of studying Latin grammar before bed!
Nicknameisthehardestpart on Apr 10, 2015 for version 3.3
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Great app
Great stuff, wish it had more quizzes other than verb conjugations.
Errandus on Mar 7, 2015 for version 3.3
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Excellent app with so many tools and options for learning the language. Great buy.
Ryryryerye on Feb 28, 2015 for version 3.3
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