By learning fifty Latin stems and words, you expand your ability to participate in intelligent conversations, break unfamiliar words apart to figure out the meaning, and ultimately get into a better college. Many times in classic literature the vocabulary is incredibly difficult, but by learning Latin stems, you can know these unfamiliar words. Using them will impress your teachers, friends, and family. You will also start to notice these exciting words every where you go. Challenging, stimulating, inspirational and fun are words we use to describe learning Latin stems. “How can that be?” you ask. It’s called Power Learning and forms the basis for Caesar’s English by Michael Clay Thompson. As Cicero once said, “Assiduus usus uni rei deditus et ingenium et artem saepe vincit." Which means, “Constant practice devoted to one subject often overcomes both intelligence and skill”.