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Ancient Greek & Latin Language Guide

 

LRC Info & Links

Welcome to the Ancient Greek and Latin Language Guide

χαῖρε! Salve! This guide will help you find effective resources for Ancient Greek and Latin language learning for all levels, including:

  • Getting Started: instructions for computer, email and internet settings
     
  • At the LRC: resources available at the LRC
     
  • At the Library: resources available at the Library
     
  • On Campus: department information, language table and cultural events
     
  • Online: useful websites for Ancient Greek and Latin language learning
     
  • Study Strategies & Tips: improving your language learning process

For questions or suggestions about this guide, please contact the Language Resource Center (LRC), or submit feedback using the form below.

Latin Quotes and Sayings

“Draco Dormiens Nunquam Titillandus
[never tickle a sleeping dragon]” 
            ― J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

 

Some famous saying:
  • "Carpe diem" - Seize the day
  • "E pluribus unum" -  Out of many, one (U.S. motto: talking about the U.S. states)
  • "Veni, vidi, vici" - I came, I saw, I conquered

Ancient Greek and Latin Language Q & A

We currently do not hold Q & A sessions for Latin and Greek.

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