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[03 August 1999] Due to recent abuse of these "extra aid" pages, I will not be updating any of this. 'Twas your own fault.
Some Handy Tips:
1. Never let Mrs. Maxwell know that you're using my translations. To fool her, act like you're completely stupid, like you're translating the Latin for the first time (in most cases this shouldn't be hard to feign). Then if she asks you why you don't know anything, you reply,"Oh I just bs-ed it." (just remember it's better saying, "I cheated off the internet"
2. To study for her tests, remember this: when she says "I like this line" or "This is pretty famous," it'll be on the test. no doubt.
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On this site you will find...
Gaius Julius Caesar's Comentarii De Bello Gallico
Marcus Tullius Cicero's First Oration of the Catilline Conspiracy (New!!!)