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I learned the struggle of learning two languages that are very similar. Im currently learning Danish and Norwegian full time now (not the right term, but you guys understand) and I always mix dreng with gutt when " "speaking" danish and gutt with dreng when speaking norwegian. Any advice on how to solve this, other than trying harder?

1 year ago

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Awhile back, I had similar difficulties. I decided to concentrate on one language at a time (for now), and decided to revisit other languages at a later time. I selected Danish for the difficulty, thinking that if I can learn it well, it may make learning Norwegian and Swedish easier in the future. Best wishes. :)

1 year ago

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The problem is learning two languages that are closely related. You should focus on one of them and just do an infrequent lesson in the other until you finish the first.

1 year ago
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