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    DEAR TEACHERS

    DO YOU THINK IT'S ALLRIGHT TO LEARN TWO LANGUAGES simultaneously?
    LIKE "GERMAN" OR "FRENCH" BESIDES "ENGLISH"?

    WILL BE VERY HAPPY TO KNOW ALL YOUR POSSIBLE IDEAS

    THANK YOU IN ADVANCE
    MIR

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    Quote Originally Posted by mir12480
    DEAR TEACHERS

    DO YOU THINK IT'S ALLRIGHT TO LEARN TWO LANGUAGES simultaneously?
    LIKE "GERMAN" OR "FRENCH" BESIDES "ENGLISH"?

    WILL BE VERY HAPPY TO KNOW ALL YOUR POSSIBLE IDEAS

    THANK YOU IN ADVANCE
    MIR
    I study English and German simultaneously.
    but I know more enlgish than German
    I think the advantage is that you can asociate words en each lenguage as to momerize them easily. At least that is what I do. Other thing it's the grammar: you know your language's rules and the other languages alsoo have other rules, but I think all are the same with some different things. For exampmle, to constract the present perfect, the participle goes at the end of the sentence:
    Ich habe das Buch gelesen
    I have read the book
    He leido el libro.

    Cheers

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    Really? That's Great !!
    How Do You Do That? Don't You Confuse Them?
    & Do You Suggest Me To Do The Same?

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    Iff you have enough time an are inteligent, yes.
    German is not as easy as it seems to be.
    I alwasy confuse. when I read in German, I sue to pronounce some words as in enlgish and can't say the number quickly, becasue I confuse with the enlgish ones:
    1: eins (as in english)
    2: zwei w=b the reast as in english
    3:drei d=t the reast as in english
    4:vier v=f ie: /i:/
    5:fünf ü:i
    6:sechs: seks
    7: sieben: ie: /i:/ b=p
    8: acht as i english
    9: neun eu: oi
    10: zehen /se:n/

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    Default Re: simultaneously?

    Initial "s" in German is pronounced as /z/, not /s/.

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