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Triskeliae
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#11 · Posted: 21 Dec 2008 15:26 · Edited by: Triskeliae
The way I perfected my French was through Tintin (and Spirou) books. It's a fun way to learn any language! So, it is not a bad idea to have Tintin books in Latin if you want to master the langugae.
Harrock n roll
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#12 · Posted: 21 Dec 2008 16:36
There is a related thread here which includes a very interesting review by our forum member Charles.
Voluma
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#13 · Posted: 26 Dec 2008 18:40
Harrock n roll:
There is a related thread here which includes a very interesting review by our forum member Charles.

Ah! Thankyou. :) That's very helpful.
William
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#14 · Posted: 9 Jan 2009 10:09
I have a copy of Cigars in Latin, which I got in France years ago. It's at home, but I could check the ISBN if you want to see if you can order it. I couldn't find it on Amazon tho.
tuhatkauno
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#15 · Posted: 27 Jan 2009 15:00
A Finnish doctor Ylermi Luttinen is translating several Tintin albums into Latin. Those who know some Finnish can read this site:

http://194.252.88.3/rswebpri.nsf/sivut/nettivideot?opendocument&pageid =Content1759387DB9B

You can try to click "katso video" and there should be a video. For some reason or another my computer doesn't open the link.

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