What, I would do, is get a pack of cards that come with a book that shows all the cards, what they mean, and how to read them. That's how I learned it. Like, in a horse shoe spread that has seven cards, each placement of the card means something different, like the first card represents the past. I would start out trying to learn the horse shoe spread, that was the easiest for me because there are only seven cards and they are placed across a surface horizontally, instead of the ten card spread where the order of the cards is harder, but what was easy for me might be harder for you. You might find it easier to use the ten card spread than the seven card spread but, I would still attempt the horse shoe spread first because that way you can find out what works for you by attempting both.