learning more than a language

i want people who learn more than a language at the same time to tell me their experience . how can i do this knowing that i have started learning Spanish and i want to start learning  Italian and German  besides Spanish . 

note : i have studied German for three years at secondary school , so it is not a new language for me , but Italian is new 

Apr 16, 2017 3:00 PM
Comments · 5
I'm not so diligent to study, haha. I don't have a schedule to study. I'm perfecting English; so, I study watching videos on YouTube. Besides, I've joined some French Whatsapp groups and practise through them. I read something in French daily as well. I'm studying Spanish through Duolingo. As a beginner in Italian, I read some articles about the basis of the languages. I do a little of each stuff daily.
April 18, 2017

In my opinion, keeping the languages you're studying separate is key for success. Make a plan for yourself and stick with it. If you're very ambitious, you can divide up the day. Each part of the day is for practicing a different languages.

You could also decide to give each language a day or two out of your week for studying instead.

I know some people like to do a week for one language and then a week for another and so on. Personally, I don't see how it works with such long times in between the languages, but it seems to work for them so that's great.

Good luck with your language learning!

April 16, 2017
I'm learning a lot of languages at once, but I give priorities to one or two and learn just the basis of the rest.
April 16, 2017

Thanks Roney for your answer 

but how do you improve your vocabulary at two  languages or more at the same time , do you divide your day among the languages you learn ? 

April 16, 2017
thanks Rachel for your response 
April 16, 2017