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Spanish or Italian... what do you think I should do???

I am getting better and better at French and I need your opinion In what I should do I am going to try one of them soon... what should I do?????

2 years ago

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A word of advise - if you're getting good at a language (and you like it), stay with it.

2 years ago

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That depends on several factors. If you live in a community with a lot of Spanish speakers, then I would recommend learning Spanish. The same with Italian. If you know a lot of people that speak Italian, then you might want to begin the Italian tree, because you can obtain assistance from family & friends...and the same goes for Spanish. Then there's your own personal preferences, about which language you like better, or if you're more interested in the history of Italy or Spain, things like that.

Of course, you can do both as well, although I would recommend getting a grounding in one of the languages before moving on to the other.

Happy learning!

2 years ago

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Spanish

2 years ago

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i think that the two languages are the same because ther is not a such diffirent bitween them so we can say that spanish will be better????

2 years ago

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Spanish

2 years ago

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If you are an American: defently go for Spanish !

2 years ago

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You are only at level 2 in French which means you still have long way to go. Trying to learn a second Romance language could confuse you as the two languages are very similar. I would leave Spanish or Italian until you have almost finished your French tree. If you want to learn another language, choose one without so many similarities, such as German or Rusian.

2 years ago

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thanks I think ill go for Spanish when I'm better at French -(_)-

2 years ago