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Specifically designed for mastering the AP Latin exam. Learn how to scan the dactylic hexameter, how to define pietas, and how to recognize the dreaded tmesis. We even go over indirect statement, just for kicks.
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Latin Grammar Review (Subjunctive! Conditionals! Comparatives!)
A glossary of 500 Latin words
Reading Vergil and Reading Caesar Guides
Aeneid and Gallic War Summaries
Key Themes and Historical Contexts
Poetry and Prose Style Guides
3 Full-Length Practice Exams
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