Who speaks Latin? No one apart from a handful of weirdos who study Classics in the original language, Latin teachers and people showing off (there is some overlap between those groups).I have been hearing people (mostly lazy 'educators' (and other spackoids who should know better) telling us that Latin (and for the same reasons Greek if you understand what I mean) is a dead language since I was at primary school.
This, I knew even then, was utter bollox as they were and are universal languages in so many professions such as law, medicine, taxonomy and other fields despite the efforts of barbarians.
Using Latin and Ancient Greek phrases is not the same as speaking the language. I understand the root words in photograph and get a direct translation as 'drawing a picture using light' but to claim I speak Ancient Greek on that basis would be lunacy. Basic etymology isn't the same as fluency in a language.
Learning Latin grammar as a basis for understanding modern languages is also not the same as speaking Latin, the same way that just because I can string together a couple of ropey sentences in French doesn't mean I'm a French speaker. QED (another nice example).