The second in the series for learning the fundamentals of Latin grammar. Readings from Greek and Roman mythology, including Perseus, Phaethon and Hercules. Selections from Pliny describing the destruction of Pompeii.
Each chapter is divided into two sections. One reviewing Latin I, and the other presenting new material.
Plenty of vocabulary and English derivatives. Many of the practise sentences are from real Latin authors, including Caesar, Cicero and Nepos.