LynnH wrote:Thanks for the replies. I am not familiar with this book and wasn't sure how it would work starting with Latin.
If you're not familiar with the book, then it might be helpful for you to know that the Greek and Latin roots are intermixed in the book, so it's not like you'll be starting with "part two" of the book.
I agree that starting in RTR will be fine and I'd just use the Latin roots that are already scheduled. If you decide to do the Greek roots, it shouldn't take a lot of time to add them into a future year.
One thing you might want to know is that in CTG, there is only one word scheduled per week, plus a day spent looking up some of the words in the dictionary. I'm not sure if you'll find you have any need to adjust the Latin roots to one word, or to include some dictionary time, but just thought I'd throw those ideas out there in case they come in handy next year.
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