an intelligent and hard-working student
I taught Kaspar Latin and Ancient History for two years in the sixth form. He was a dedicated and perceptive student with a real interest in the ancient world. His language and literary skills were good - he dealt well with the difficult Latin of Tacitus and Virgil and produced accurate, idiomatic translations. He displayed a good work ethic and drove himself to improve when he fell short of his own high standards. By the end of the sixth form he was an accomplished Latinist.
Kaspar's language skills developed steadily to turn him into an accomplished Latinist
Kaspar B reference
Kaspar started his degree in Classical Studies. He is enrolled in the modules: Intermediate Latin, Beginners Greek, Working with ancient texts and Introduction to Ancient History. While he has only been at King's for a couple of months, he seems to have settled in well.
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