AFP S2E17 – Roberto Salazar: Latin and Ancient Greek

On this week’s episode I’m happy to be joined again by my good friend Roberto. When Roberto came on last time he promised he’d come back to tell us more about learning Latin and Ancient Greek. This is the episode for you who always wanted to learn these ancient languages but weren’t totally sure why or how you could do it.

Roberto Salazar

Roberto is a classical enthusiast and was the guest of episode 12 of this season of the podcast. In that episode he gave a more thorough background to his learner profile and also described in greater detail how he learns languages generally speaking.

This episode is very specialised on Latin or Greek, so if you’ve ever thought about the advantage of learning these ancient languages then listen in to this week!

Show Notes

In this episode you will hear about:

  • How Roberto got interested in Latin and Ancient Greek
  • Why you should consider learning these ancient languages
  • Why Latin isn’t quite dead
  • The Latin renaissance
  • How to learn Latin and Ancient Greek
  • How to learn SPOKEN Latin and use it too
  • And much more.

Episode Resources

This lists the resources relevant to the episode. For other language learning resources please go to the resource page for more information.

The Episode

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Thank you to this week’s guest: Roberto!

  • Nicco Amedeo La Mattina

    I really loved this episode. As a classical language enthusiast myself this was actually VERY motivating.