Is it a good idea to learn spanish and french together?
They are very close languages, my sister studied both of them for two years at the same time. She does get confused with them both, but she can speak in them.
I don't see why not, although do prioritise your language learning. I wanted to learn all the romance languages (French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian) but I'm just focusing on French for the time being.
It makes it easy to focus on your preferred language. I am studying one from Romance group (French), one from germanic group (Dutch) and an asian language (Chinese)
When I become better at these languages -say intermediate/almost advanced, I will probably move on to Portuguese, Swedish, Korean.
Yes definitely.Remember when you're learning a language ,or several, you're learning the rules of syntax and grammar as well, which apply across all languages in various forms.Therefore you'll be consolidating your language learning skills by adding another language. Good luck