You will need
  • computer;
  • - Internet;
  • - the teacher.
Start with learning the basics of the Latin language, namely, the alphabet and phonetic rules. Go to the website You will be presented with all the features of reading vowels and consonants, and also different exceptions that should also be considered. Read everything carefully and make notes in the workbook to quickly come to understand.
Start to learn the same way and the lexical structure of the Latin language. Remember that this language is already more than 1 thousand years is not used in everyday communication, and contains only such words as "sailor", "field", "oceans", "Senator" etc In it, you will not find modern expressions like "Hello, how are you?" etc. Click on the link You will see a small list of key words that you can read and remember the values if you need them. Walk through each word, following the rules of phonetics that you have already studied. For example, the word ratio is read in Russian as "rational".
Review the information about verbs and grammar. Keep in mind the time that the Latin is very similar to the French language in terms of conjugation and tenses. The only way to remember all this stuff – a lot of hard to read. Now that you know the basics of phonetics and a little practice, continue to improve. On the resource you can find a collection of different texts of average difficulty.
Read texts as often as possible. Gradually you get used to the lack of personal pronouns, complex and long endings of the syntactic structures. Break each text into several fragments and read them many times. So you quickly adapt to all the features of Latin.
Ask the person who knows the Latin language, test your skills. Despite the availability of regulations on the Internet, you can't always be sure that you read absolutely right. Only an experienced teacher can correct you. Of course, it all depends on the goal of learning Latin. But whatever it was, it is best if you listen to the linguist and correct pronunciation. You will be able to do without it.