Audiō etiam Anbrūtal, nātiōne rē quidem vērā Rū
rssus (vel vocābulum quod lubet dē aliīs duodecim fere quae nostrō populō ā Latīnīs adhibita sunt). Studeō linguae Latīnae eāque satis disertē loquor - itaque licet dīcar Latīnitātis vīvae cultor. Item generāliter studiōsus sum rērum quae ad linguās pertinent, praesertim phōnēticae atque historiae linguārum Indeurōpaeārum. Crēdō Victiōnārium in eā rē magnō adjūmentō esse posse - mihi enim profectō fuit. Sī quid quaeris, lēctor amīce, dē rēbus Latīnīs sīve Rūssicīs, quaesō nē dubitēs quīn mihi scrībās.
I'm an amateur linguist/language nerd who happened upon the LLPSI series, fell in love with it (as most people do) and ended up learning Latin to relative fluency. I'm using Wiktionary as a quick reference for Latin vocabulary, specifically vowel length, etymology and inflection patterns, and so have something of a selfish interest that these are correct. Most of my edits happen whenever I spot that they aren't. I also have quite a bit of interest in Italian, Sardinian and the rest of, ehem, living Latin.