Latinae Linguae Hereditas Gentium

Corrie Schumann

Abstract


"Latinae linguae hereditas gentium", die leuse van die "School District of Philadelphia" in die
V.S.A., is seker net so van toepassing op Suid-Afrika. Dat hierdie erfenis egter besig is om aan
ons skole en universiteite te kwyn, is alom bekend. Die kreet Latina lingua delenda est kom uit
aile oorde en die jaarlikse afname in Latynleerlinge en -studente aan skole en universiteite wek
kommer.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7445/35-3-4-566

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