Learn Latin and Greek in 10 Easy Lessons

Well, maybe not “easy,” but at least the “10″ part is right. The Language Research Center at the University of Texas at Austin has a series of language modules with some pretty exotic offerings, including Hittite, Gothic, Old English, Old Norse, Ancient Sanskrit, and more.

The lessons of more immediate interest would be Latin, Classical Greek, and New Testament Greek.

Give it a shot! It’s really not hard to get a nodding acquaintance with Latin so you can pick your way through a text. You already know a good many words.

H/t Open Culture

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