In this first article in the three-part series about how to learn Latin, Daniel Pettersson, walks you through the important foundations to language learning. Drawing from own experience he guides you through motivation, goals and subgoals as well as talks about the paramount importance of habits.Read More
In this guest article, Is “reading” Latin impossible?, Tom Keeline, assistant professor of Classics at Washington University, St. Louis, discusses the difficulties, the possibilities and the impossibilities when learning and reading Latin.Read More
In this guest article, On the Linguistic Benefit of Prayer in Latin, Benjamin Turner, M.D., discusses the idea of learning Latin through prayer.Read More
This page is for everyone who want to really learn Latin and Greek by using the languages actively in the process. Here you will find courses to learn Latin online or in the real world. If you know of any more schools or courses in spoken Latin or Greek, add them by using the form.Read More
Quam difficile sit de musica Latina loqui, omnibus patet. Antiqui multos libros exaraverunt de hac ipsa re, eiusque vi in animis movendis, in affectibus compescendis vel excitandis et quae sunt similia…Read More
This is an update of last year's post "50 hours of spoken Latin". It is now 70 hours. Learning Latin with audio has never been easier. For the last few years, I've been on the lookout for any and all videos and recordings of the best Latin speakers in the world to listen to. The amount of recordings of speeches and lectures held in Latin is increasing rapidly, making exposing ourselves to immense amounts Latin audio easier than ever.
If you want to speak Latin or Ancient Grek this summer, check out this list of spoken Latin and Greek summer programs, classes, and courses for 2018.Read More
"…despite all this premeditated usefulness, the Latin is elegant; Nutting clearly possessed not only a meticulous knowledge of usage in the ancient writers, but a sure sense of the spirit of the language, a deep love of the particular elegance of expression that is unique to Latin, and a deft ear for the rhythms and sounds that delighted the Romans."Read More
Interested in Latin place names? This article will help you do two things: understand Latin geographical names that you encounter and express geographical names in Latin yourself.
The grand humanist Erasmus of Rotterdam gave great advice on how to learn expressions, sayings, and proverbs. In this article, I'll show you how to adapt his easy method to learn the Latin vocabulary of everyday things.Read More