I decided to start with latin as well as greek (and everything else...) and after a lot of reading I ended up with this combination:
D'Ooge + Orbis pictus + grammar/syntax books for help. But basically I'll follow D'Ooge.
I remember a teacher telling us at school that Caesar's style was not very admired in his time, because he didn't use all the frills and sophisticated language of other amazing writers. Today we think differently but my question is, have you ever heard that sort of thing or do I remember wrong?
Anyway, if I am going to deal with latin, I don't mind Caesar's style at all. I read plenty about D'ooge on this site, but any other general comments are more that welcome!
Πολλ' οίδ' ἀλώπηξ, ἐχῖνος δέ έν, μέγα.