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
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.
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:/
7: sieben: ie: /i:/ b=p
8: acht as i english
9: neun eu: oi
10: zehen /se:n/