Latin is a imposing language, with its “complicated” declension of nouns and verb conjugation. However, Latin, like any other language, is rather simple once one has disabled one’s fear of the “difficult” language-learning process. To help anyone that wants to learn Latin here is the first declension of Latin nouns.
First: Nominative (singular, plural): stella, stellae. Genitive: stellae, stellārum. Dative: stellae, stellīs. Accusative: stellam, stellās. Ablative: stellā, stellīs.