Excerpt from A Method of Instruction in Latin: Being a Companion and Guide in the Study of Latin Grammar, With Elementary Instruction in Reading at Sight, Exercises in Translation and Writing, Notes, and Vocabulary
There is at present a strongjendency, among the best scholars... , to. Pronounce Latin (as well as Greek) phonetically, giving to each letter of the alphabet the one sound which by. The best authority most nearly represents that given it by. Romans of the classic ages. These sounds are given in the grammar 2, r). Observing the rules of accent, it is only necessary to give each letter its proper enunciation. This is by far the easiest' and simplest way. It may be acquired by any intelligent person, with a good ear, in ten minutes; though practice will be required to make the reading ¿uent and agreeable.
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