I'm a student. I've been learning Spanish in school and am pretty adept with it, but decided to bail before AP Spanish instead of dropping a science/math course. My interests span math, theoretical computer science/coding (fluent in many programming languages including C(++), Java, Python, Scheme, and Haskell
, if only real languages were as easy to learn and use), linguistics (I already know about tense-aspect-mood, ergative vs. accusative, declension, and other weird things; hopefully this will help with learning more inflected languages like Latin/Greek), literature, old and new, and the natural sciences in general, but chemistry and physics in particular.
I've always wanted to learn Latin and/or Greek. Mainly so I could read Homer or Virgil in the original languages. I was obsessed with ancient mythology as a kid, and loved reading the Odyssey last year. I would also like to continue Spanish through self-study. If I can finish that, I will continue with Japanese (for the challenge and because I like anime). After that maybe German or French. I suppose my problem is that I'm interested in too many things. Hopefully I can dive into language learning over the summer and find some way to continue throughout high school and college. I would love to speak as many languages as I can find time to learn.
Anyway, great site. Thanks for putting up so many good resources for free.