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Which is better?

I am in love with the way Duolingo works, but I just don't know where I should go from here. I have a solid base on four languages (Spanish, French, German, Italian). Should I continue my tree with all of them together to find similarities and differences between them, or should I continue one tree at a time to avoid confusion?

August 20, 2014

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    one tree at a time that way you don't end up saying a four language sentence.

    August 20, 2014

    https://www.duolingo.com/Pianorulz

    Hah. Span-ital-fren-germ-english.

    August 20, 2014

    https://www.duolingo.com/SanggilWoo

    I highly recommend step by step, language by language. Good luck!

    August 20, 2014

    https://www.duolingo.com/LadyLukara

    If you have no prior knowledge in a language I would definitely recommend not to do several at once. Otherwise, you can try. Four could be a little too much though...

    Personally, I did do French and Italian at the same time. (I had learned both before.) But I usually did one week Italian, next one French. Then I decided to just concentrate on Italian and finish the tree. I'll probably make it golden before I move on to French... And refresh my Spanish because I'll go to Spain in a few weeks.

    August 20, 2014

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    Try both ways and see which suits you best. I found simultaneous Portuguese Italian and French no problem, while also practicing German and attacking Dutch. If you already have a base in them, all the better: as you say, I found it great comparing them all at the same time. I also do Spanish->Portuguese and viceversa for this very reason and intend to do the same with French :-)

    August 20, 2014
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