We used this site
in school, particularly the LatinPraxis portion. There are literally hundreds of practice exercises there, and I believe that they have answers as well.
For Greek, we used a lot of resources from Persus
. They have a lot of downloadable information (and I believe some textbooks) in both Greek and Latin in addition to loads of reading practice.
As far as books go, I'm really only familiar with the ones that we used in school, but Wheelock's Latin
which was an excellent course. Cambridge Latin Course
is also pretty good. For classical Greek, Beginning Greek
by Stephen Paine, Greek Grammar
by Herbert Weir Smyth and From Alpha to Omega
by Anne Groton are all good. I'm not sure about availability in your local library, but you could certainly check them out ^__^
Hope this helps and good luck with your studies!
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