What you should know about Latin today is that it is a language in the indo-european family. It was once spoken by the Romans, and is now extinct. Note that Latin learning is hard: the nouns changes; the adjectives changes; the verbes changes. To give you a feeling, a typical verb can change into 140 different forms under different circunstances. So... have fun! And don't give up. Colonel Vibius Vibidius Zosimus is on your side.
Getting a Latin name will be your very first step toward Latin learning. You can pick, amongst millions of combinations, from Wikipedia pages, or you can download the random-Latin-name generator written in python 3 by me.
|name of the part||praenōmen||nōmen||cōgnōmen|
|list of||(wiktionary page)||(wikipedia page)||(as well)|
Fortunately, the verbs in Latin are relatively easy (at least for present active indicative : ). The rule, simplest amongst all, is also easy to remember.
|verb conjugation rules||tense: present
|1st||m / ō||mus|
For example, given a verb "to love," namely amō, amāre, the conjugation is:
The way to remember is: MŌST MUST ISNT; you can temporarily ignore the 'M' in "MŌST" for now.
These are just so little about Latin on day 1. The important thing is, Latin learning starts really easily, then it gradually gets harder, then it gets SUUUUUPER HARD, then it'll be better. Then it will be hard some more.
Things to remember: your Latin name, "MŌST MUST ISNT" for general verb conjugations, and to visit day 2 tomorrow.... back next day→