So you learn Latin, or you want to.
Are you an adult who wants to learn for interest? If so, this is the place for you.
Maybe you dig the Ancient Romans from watching “Rome”, the HBO series, and want to be able to read some words in their own beautiful language. Did you miss taking classes as a kid and now you are excited to get on with it? Maybe you tried a book or class, didn’t enjoy it and want to know what else is out there.
Of course, Latin is special because it’s no longer spoken, (we could debate that), so you’ll be asking yourself what can be available and, in particular:
- What’s a good Latin language book that others like you have found effective?
- Are there any good online courses?
- Can you use a course that was set-up for modern languages, (like Rosetta Stone’s Latin course)?
- Do you need to do a course that leads to a basic qualification in order to get high-quality teaching?
- Is a private tutor feasible, (without taking out a mortgage)?
Let’s explore the options and, along the way, discover what really works….