Vergils »Aeneis« ist aufgrund ihrer weltliterarischen Bedeutung aus dem lateinischen Lektüreunterricht nicht wegzudenken. Lateinlehrer stehen jedoch vor der schier unlösbaren Aufgabe, Schüler in nur kurzer Zeit mit dem Inhalt und den sprachlichen Finessen des monumentalen Epos vertraut zu machen. Einen Weg weist diese Auswahlausgabe: Sie beschränkt sich auf ein zu bewältigendes Maß der wichtigsten Passagen des Werkes und vermittelt gleichzeitig durch verbindende Textparaphrasen, unterstützt von zahlreichen Abbildungen, einen bleibenden Eindruck von Handlung und Komposition der ganzen Dichtung.
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He noticed that most of the cities in Australia are on the coastline. deter [ditar] v. To deter means to prevent or discourage someone from doing something. —* Icy roads deter people from driving their cars. devise [divaiz] v. To devise something means to have an idea or plan about it in the mind. -> The thieves devised a plan to steal the diamonds. expertise [ekspa:/ti:z] n. Expertise is the knowledge and skills to do something well. —►John has a lot of advertising expertise. He can sell anything!
The nun dedicated herself to helping people in need. ditch [ditj] n. A ditch is a narrow hole cut into the ground by a road or a field. —» When the car slid off of the road, it fell into the ditch. enterprise [entarpraiz] n. An enterprise is a company or business. —►My father owns an advertising enterprise. exquisite [ikskwizit] adj. When something is exquisite, it is very beautiful or pleasant. —► The artist made exquisite watercolor paintings. finance [finaens] V. To finance someone or something means to provide money for them.
From the mountain ridge, you can see the entire city below. 10. Mike is a very proficient reader. He finished the entire novel in just an hour. 11. We were in awe of the professor’s expertise on the subject. 12. You should thrustthe baby when putting him in bed, so he doesn’t wake up. 13. I will get married to my spouse one year from today. 14. Australia has a very long coastline. 15. She is on a quest to find her long lost brother. 16. If you don’t like your job, you should devise it. 17. She will have to get more altitude if she wants to swim faster.