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It is possible to learn 2 different languages at the same time ?
I guess the answer is yes but the question is ...does it makes sense ? I´m talking about romance language like Italian or French for example. I don´t have much time left and need to speak 2 more to go.

I would appreciated your advise,

May 6, 2020 8:07 PM
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I think that will vary from person to person, and which languages we're talking about.

I tried learning Spanish and French in parallel, and that didn't work out well for me because I kept tripping over the "similar, but different" thing. In the end I put French on hold. I had a brief go at Japanese in parallel with Spanish, and that worked OK (even though I had to stop Japanese because of time constraints).

I'm sure there are others (smarter people than me, or with a better knack for languages) who can handle the similarities well enough.

P.S.: What do you mean by "I don´t have much time left"?
May 6, 2020
me gustó garrulo ...jaja no la conocía.
May 6, 2020
Te deseo la mejor de las suertes y espero que la reubicacíon no sea necesaria, siempre es una molestia, por no hablar del coste.  

En cuanto a "gárrulo" ... es en realidad casi lo mismo que en inglés ;)
May 6, 2020
@Andrej, trabajo en una empresa rentacar y hoy por hoy cualquier país de Europa puede ser viable para realocarme, si es que no sale nada acá en Irlanda.

Es pronto para decidir con todas las restricciones del covid pero debo estar listo.

No idea que significa garrulo... Jaja 😂.

May 6, 2020
Thanks @Andrej , good advise and yes you are one the smarter guys on the forum so appreciated your feedback.

I have to hurry , I have lost my job and need to move quick before is too late , the situation is really bad and I don´t see the way out I might end up reallocating into a different country altogether.

May 6, 2020
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English, Greek, Italian, Spanish
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Greek, Italian