I was just interested in this and decided to make a post! Yay for me! Anyway, I want you to share what languages you know (besides English because I'm pretty sure almost all of us reading this know English to some extent...) and why you learned it, something interesting about it or some basics of the language to share with us.In example, I know a good bit about Latin. So here are the declensions of the nouns with some examples. Declension 1Singular/PluralNominative: -a/-aeGenitive (Possessive): -ae/-arumDative (Indirect Object): -ae/-isAccusative (Direct Object): -am/-asAblative (Usage Explained Later): -a/-isVocative (Oh, [Noun]): -a/-aeMacrons on:Genitive plural "a"Dative and Ablative plural "i"Accusative Plural "a"Ablative singular "a" Declension 2Singular/PluralNominative: -us/-iGenitive: -i/-orumDative: -o/-isAccusative: -um/-osAblative: -o/-isVocative: -e (or -i if noun ends in -ius)/ -iMacrons on:Nominative plural "i"Genitive singular "i", plural "o"Dative singular "o", plural "i"Accusative plural "o"Ablative singular "o", plural "i" Declension 3Singular/PluralNominative: (no solid ending)/-esGenitive: -is/-umDative: -i/-ibusAccusative: -em/-esAblative: -e/-ibusVocative: (no solid ending)/-esMacrons on:Dative singular "i" Plural nominative, accusative and vocative end with -a with very few exceptions. And these are the declensions that I know... and may have made a mistake in clumsiness. A few words that could be helpful to you are:Puella (1st declension feminine) girlPuer (2nd declension masculine) boyVir (Viri genitive) (2nd dclension masculine) manFemina (1st declension feminine) womanMater (3rd declension) motherPater (3rd declension) fatherFilius (2nd declension) sonFilia (1st declension) daughterMeh... too lazy to do more. I'll probably post more for you guys later if people take interest.