Email required Address never made public. If you love or even like Latin, I can’t imagine you could be disappointed with this app. Added the ability to create flashcards from books or from authors – for example, this lets you find the top words in the writings of Livy. The authors section is easily navigable, and I appreciate the historical information too. SPQR now starts dramatically faster, and remembers which part of the app you were last using.
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Everyone in Classics nneds this App.
With the help of an SPQR user who teaches Latin, the grammar test feature has been fully revised so that it tests a wider range of verb forms and does so more thoroughly. Going to the dictionary screen on iPhone will automatically select the search box for faster us.
The text for each subtopic is very clearly written, but does not provide citations or any relevant bibliography. Flashcards As I said above, I really like the Flashcard features in this app.
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That would be a huge tragedy. But it does sure beat hefting those giant books around.
What’s new in SPQR Latin for iPad, iPhone and Android | Romans Go Home!
Note that if you’re on an iPad, you may need to reload the content in other tabs in order for the font size change to happen. The quiz itself is pretty self-explanatory once you start taking it.
Added option to make flashcards using any number of words from the source text – the default is The dictionary lookup tools and text of the reference grammars alone iphoen the app worth its price tag in my opinion. Some users reported the “Look up” menu disappearing on occasion; this should no longer happen. As I said above, I really like the Flashcard features in this app.
If you love or even like Latin, I can’t imagine you could be disappointed with this iphhone. Added the current chapter number when you’re reading in single-chapter mode.
I really like this particular flashcard spq. It also has basically an entire grammar textbook itemized in a manner that makes it easy to answer any lingering questions.
Corrected dictionary definitions for Paestum and Urbs. Added the ability to create flashcards from books or from authors – for example, this lets you find the top words in the writings of Livy. Added an option to choose whether the iPad contents list is shown s;qr portrait orientation. As it is it’s good enough for anyone who is comfortable reading Latin and wants to keep his classic texts all in one convenient app.
Authors The Authors section of the app is a great tool for spr. In short, if you are behind in Latin class or want to learn more, this app will help you get to where you want to be! The next section is the Dictionarywhich is pretty straightforward. I particularly like that the parsed forms are given second, because it allows you to see the meaning of the word before it gives away all the answers.
App Review: SPQR (Romans Go Home) – The Library of Antiquity
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