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Hey there,
My name is Peter and I am the developer of this cool website. I'm a 20-year-old student of Physics and ICE (=Information and Computer Engineering) from Graz, Austria who's into Programming (and a bit of Latin, too). When I first got Latin as a subject six years ago, I recognized the simple way of building forms by simply putting the word stem and ending together, which was the "ignition" of this project. Many, many details followed...

My point is that this site is not perfect and that there may be some technical problems, mistakes in translations, whatever (which I of course try to avoid through weekly - if not daily maintenance). If that is the case, you could really help by simply sending feedback. Also, if you would like to support this project, one of the best things you could do, is to share Latin is Simple (traffic is still quite moderate) on any social media platforms!

I also wanted to thank the owner of, Paul Hemetsberger, who allowed me to use the English-German-dictionary of to add German translations to many words. This worked quite well, but as one might expect, not perfectly, because it wasn't done by a human. There are still some untranslated words left which couldn't be translated automatically. If you'd like to contribute, you may do so by helping to translate.

Latinitium is a website that provides loads of useful resources for learning Latin, even including audio and video and interesting articles about the - maybe not as dead as one may think - Latin language. What's special about this site is that most of its content can be found in English and Latin!

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Because Latin is, in fact, simple.