In time, these lessons and "stubs" will be migrated to the Buzzwords site.
Until then, consider them historical.

Latin Literature

Lesson from the Shenzhen Daily:

Practice the conversation; study the vocabulary; then discuss the questions with a friend in English.

1. Have you heard of any of the authors in this lesson? Talk about them. Or say which one sounds most interesting to you.
2. Have you heard of any of these stories, mentioned by Mark? Echo and Narcissus, Perseus, Daedalus and Icarus, Hercules, Orpheus, and Midas. Tell a story, if you can.
3. Mark uses two proverbs, "All roads lead to Rome" and "Rome wasn’t built in a day." What do they mean? How can you use them?

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