'Caecilius est in horto.' (Caecilius is in the garden.)
The most remembered Latin phrase from The Cambridge Latin Course books.
It feels like I've been studying Latin for ages, even though I'm still getting my head around PPPs and genitive endings etc (et cetera - and the rest).
I found that Latin has really helped me to understand French and English a lot better. And regardless of what an idiot once told me, Latin is not a completely dead language. The fact that my teacher is able to give us chat-up lines in Latin (for if we were ever caught in a steamy moment with the Pope) proves this.
huc saepe venis?
osculum tibi dare possum?
noli me vocare, ego te vocabo.
me in matrimonium ducere vis?
Nothing says 'I love you' like saying it in Latin...