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The Cambridge Latin direction goals either to educate comprehension of the Latin language via analyzing perform, and to strengthen realizing of the social and political historical past of the Romans. This publication, which accompanies Unit 1, includes standardized checks reflecting the course's targets. each one try out begins with a studying passage via comprehension and grammar questions within the type of true/false statements, a number of selection questions or matching goods. the remainder questions are designed to judge the student's wisdom of grammar, derivatives and tradition. to supply sort, numerous tradition sections are interspersed thoroughout the checks. all the analyzing passages and questions are applicable to the degrees of the corresponding levels, and pertain to fabric featured within the textbook. The exams should be graded both through Scantron machines, or by means of extra conventional equipment.
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