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06 January 2009 at 11:05am | IP Logged 
There is anow a monolingual Lexicon Latino-Latinum available, and tehre is currently a
very active project taking place to transcribe it so that it will be fully searchable:

Comenius Lexicon Project

There is also now a full audio course for spoken

The free course, delivered as a podcast, starts out using very slow and exaggerated
vowel quantities, but by the time it finishes, Latin is being spoken rapidly, with
elisions. The course will give you an innate feeling for quantity, without which it is
impossible to speak Latin correctly using the restored classical pronunciation. Over
14 GB of Latin audio is available on the podcast site, including the readings from
SORGLL and a number of other sources.

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