Frequently Asked Questions

Helpful answers to commonly asked questions about using Little Latin Readers

Using the Audio Companion

Upon completing a purchase, you are automatically enrolled in the corresponding audio course.  All Course Sets and Kits include Pronunciation Audio that follows the content of the Reader.

All Primers and Premium Sets include Pronunciation Audio and Drill Book Audio. 

The downloadable files linked in your emailed receipt are in MP3 format packaged in a Zipped folder.

You can download the files twice from the link in your emailed receipt.

By default you can only download the files twice from the link in your emailed receipt.  Once those are exhausted you’ll need to login to the website with the account you used to purchase and navigate to the course you’d like to download in the Audio Online area.  The first welcome screen of each audio course has an unlimited link to download the audio files. 

The link to access the Audio Online course is provided in your emailed receipt.  

You can also login to the Audio Online area of the website at any time to view the courses you have enrolled in.  This link is at the top right corner navigation of the website.

Yes, you need to be logged into the account you purchased with to access the downloads included in your purchase or to listen to your files in the Audio Online area of the website.

Yes, you can listen to the files in the Audio Online area of the website without downloading them. This online course area will guide you or your student through page by page audio, marking complete the pages that have been heard and progressing towards respective quizzes or completion certificates. 

Audio Zip Files

A Zip file is a compressed file format that contains one or more files or folders. You need to unpack it to access the individual files or folders within it.
To unpack a Zip file on a Windows PC, simply right-click the Zip file, then select “Extract All.” Follow the prompts to choose a destination for the extracted files, then click “Extract.”
To unpack a Zip file on a Mac, double-click the Zip file. The files will be automatically extracted to the same location as the original Zip file.

Yes, you can unpack a Zip file on some mobile devices using third-party apps. Search for a file manager app on your device’s app store, install it, then use the app to navigate to the Zip file and unpack it.

If you don’t have a Zip file extractor installed, you can download one for free from the internet. There are many options available for both Windows and Mac systems.

If you encounter any issues, such as errors or difficulties extracting the files, try restarting your computer or device and attempting the process again. If the problem persists, feel free to seek assistance from our customer support team to provide direction and to allow you more attempts at the download.

You are welcomed to listen directly in the Audio Online area as well. You will need to be logged in to your account to access and log your progress through the audio chapters. 

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