I spent a year in university, studying the classics(ancient roman and greek culture and civilization). I wasn't able to finish that degree, something I continually regret. I continue to learn on my own what I can and build up my library. I have recently learned of a daily vocabulary email from Textkit for both latin and greek. You do need to sign up for their newsletter first, but it is an interesting email. Thus far I've had two words:
dominus, -i, m. lord, master
cibus, -i, m. food
These two words can give us phrases like eda cibum non infantes, "Eat Food, Not Children." There is dominus edat cibum, "The master is eating food." Or dominus edat seruum, "The master is eating the slave." Dominus verberat cibum serui - which, if I remember right, would be "The master is hitting the slave's food." or, "The master is hitting the food of the slave."