I am learning French right now but in the future I would be interested to start up another language on Duolingo. Which language would you recommend? How far do you think I should get along in French before starting another language? How do I learn two languages at once without mixing the two or it just getting too hard?
Sorry for all the questions in a row :)
I'd suggest choosing a language that interests you, so your motivation is high.
If you have equal choice between a Romance one and a non-Romance one, I would favor the non-Romance one, to reduce the possible conflation with Spanish.
She's learning French, but I agree it's easier not to mix two languages up if they aren't both romance languages. Romance languages are probably easier to learn, though.
Also, you're on lesson number 4? I can't tell which skill through.
Edit:Fluency score is 0.2528090474934041... pretty nice. Keep going!
It all depends on you.
What language sounds the most attractive to you? You could maybe pick a language similar to French. Where you live, what are the most spoken languages?
It's your decision. :D
Depends on what you want. Remember learning another language is a ton of work so pick something you will like, it makes everything a little bit easier. One technique to prevent confusion is make notes on key differences between the languages. Another is just straight up practice. If you don't have any preferences already, I recommend the Dutch course. The Dutch team did an outstanding job with the course.
I recommend learning Spanish! It is a beautiful language that will be very valuable to you later in life. Also, lots of people are interested in Spanish, making it easier to find a tutor or study buddy. I highly doubt that you will regret taking Spanish.
Good luck with your studies! You are off to a great start!
While learning French and Spanish could be, in theory, confusing, I find that they actually each help me with the other. There are a lot of similar bits of grammar.
Try whenever you feel comfortable, and don't be afraid to back off if it's too much. Some people love it, some people don't.