I agree with everything the others have told you and will add one thing. Do not try to learn to knit with black yarn. Pick a lighter coloured yarn so that you can clearly see the stitches as you are knitting them.
We have all been there. When I was learning, there was no such thing as internet (or not that I know of anyways). I had to keep on trying and messing up, and then trying some more until I got the hang of it. Pick a nice worsted weight yarn or even a chunky yarn to learn on. This way your stitches will be very clear to view and so will the finished part of your fabric.
Forget the pattern for now. Start with a cheap acrylic yarn, that is machine wash and dry, perhaps Bernat Satin or a Bernat Handicrafter Cotton (this is usually the yarn used for knitting dishcloths). Practice knit stitches for a while first, then practice purl stitches for a while.
OR Try this: let's make some squares. Cast on 30 stitches and knit for 30 rows (keep a small pad and pen beside you, write the numbers 1 to 30 on the pad, then each time you finish a row, cross it off on the pad). Bind off. Do this several times.
Next: cast on 30 stitches and purl for 30 rows (again using the pad to keep track of your rows). Bind off.
KEEP THESE DISHCLOTHS! This way you have something to show for your work, and if nothing else, you have a few dishcloths to use, THAT YOU MADE YOURSELF! Also, later once you have become proficient in knitting, you can look back on these first projects and realize how far you have come along with your knitting. It's good for the ego.
Please don't give up! It gets easier the more you knit. Also, don't sit for hours and "fight" with your knitting. Knit a few rows and then get up and walk around for a minute, then go back to it. If it is frustrating you, get up and walk away for a few minutes or do a chore around the house and then come back to your knitting.
Sooner or later, like a puzzle, the pieces will fall into place and you will understand the concept of knitting.
REMEMBER: There are only two stitches to learn, the knit stitch and the purl stitch. Once you have learned and mastered both types of stitches, the rest is just learning new techniques.
Welcome to KH and welcome to the wonderful addiction that is knitting!