Salve to everybody, I am completely new in this site so I salute you all, and partially new to the Latin language. I "studied" it when I was at school but back then I was not interested in it so I learnt nothing. Right now I am looking at languages in a completely different way, and in fact in about a year I learnt English and Esperanto, both of them with the direct method (learn the grammar unconsciously or automatically if you prefer), that on I would really like to do the same with Latin. Because of that I looked a bit around the net and I found a lot of people talking good about this book called "Lingua latina per se illustrata" by the professor Orberg, and I got it. I have to say I like its method and while I'm doing a lesson, a "capitulum", I feel like I'm acquiring rules naturally. Unfortunately for me during this period I have not the possibility to study it every day, so I forget lessons quietly fast. My question is this: are there somewhere the excercises corrected? There are so many desinens and I am not sure if I'm doing the "pensos" correctly, so I'd like to check my answers. Otherwise, do you have something else to suggest to me? Do you think I did a good choice buying it, maybe you know something more efficient. I don't know, I'd just like to hear the opinion of someone who knows the matter better than me. Ego ex horto venit, quia ego rosas carpit.