This is another novice,and a fanatic for languages,who besides his native Chinese and a second language,English,has attempted to learn several other tongues and not without results,say,German,French,Japanese.
I began to be interested in Latin when I was reading a Chinese version of LE COMTE DE MONTE-CRISTO,in which to have found lots of Latin proverbs. When I had some knowledge about German,which shares with Latin at least declensions of nouns,I was able to have a look into a dilapidated textbook for Latin editioned in 1980s.
I was ecstatic when I found this marvellous website for classical languages,and I am no less interested in these despite my Chinese nationality.For now,I have a general knowledge about Latin,say,five declensions,four conjugations,and the delicate and complicated paradigms for the verbs(which remind me of LA CONJUGAISON DES VERBES DE FRANCAIS.
).I am a person good at memorising and analysing,so I find learning of Latin a lot of fun,and so I believe as far as Greek is concerned.
All I need now is more and more practice and memory work which I am quite willing to do.(considering that I have VENI VIDI VICI the GRE vocabulary) Fortunas bonas,O amici!!
Runicus Chenus (Runicus is from runic because I am fascinated with Germanics,including ENGLISC,and Chen is actually my family name in Chinese)