do u can learning two language in the same time ? i need good answers foe that question ..because i am learning now english .. i want help me for u answers maybe i will learning spanish soon .. thanks all
Sep 21, 2008 11:38 AM
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Yeah, for me its hard to study two or more languages at the same time. But there is an exception, it depends on the language you want to learn, there are languages quiet similar. Like me, I born Filipino, our language is Tagalog. We'd been into mixed races and mixed dialects already. So some of our language are Spanish, some Bahasa, some Chinese, some English..etc...and easy for us to learn that kind of language simultaneously. At present, am learning chinese and I tried Italian short course, my problem is time as well the diction..its contradicting. Sometimes I pronounce some Italian word into chinese diction..hahahah! What is important also is to prioritize which is most needed for your work or whatever purpose you have had. I think, English is best to learn because its universal language. But if you are goin to countries having that Spanish language, better study that one. Ciao! =)
September 21, 2008
You can learn two lenguage at some time, of course but don´t try spanish and english because they are very different and it will be hard. Try spanish and italian because this two lenguage are very similar and both come from Latin the Romans ancient lenguage
September 21, 2008
yeah, I'm learning English and Chinese at the same time. But actually, my English level is higher.. so it's not very hard, because i'm learning one language, and i'm improving the other. My advice is... if you already have some English skills, try to learn Spanish.
September 21, 2008
Actually I once learned Korean & Japanese at the same time a few years ago, & I didn't found them easily confused while in the process of learning them together.
September 21, 2008
It is possible, but just make sure that they are two different languages. For example, if you study Spanish and Italian at the same time, I think it would be so confusing, and you would end up mixing them. However, if you learn French and Chinese, there is less chance that you get confused between them. About learning Spanish and English at the same time, I think it depends on your abilities, but I think it's a little bit dificult.
September 22, 2008
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