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en This user is a native speaker of English.
la-4 Hic usor simile nativi latine loquitur atque contribuere potest.
grc-1 Ὅδε ὁ χρήστης δύναται συμβάλλεσθαι ὀλίγῃ γνώσει τῆς ἀρχαίας ἑλληνικῆς.
phr-1 This user thinks he could cry for bread in Phrygian, but every baby could do that.
xil-1 This user hopes he would manage ordering a beer in Illyrian, but isn't sure he would like the result.
xfa-1 This user knows how to say "today I'll drink wine" in Faliscan and certainly prefers it to Illyrian sabaia.

I'm a college Physics major, who's been interested in Latin and other dead ancient languages like Ancient Greek, Old English, and Sanskrit, ever since I first found out about Proto-Indo-European in high school. I guess you could say I'm a fan of historical linguistics. I feel pretty comfortable with Latin since, along with the four years of it in high school, I took a semester here at college too, and occasionally do translations in my spare time. Some day I'd like to master Ancient Greek and Old English in the same way I feel comfortable with Latin.