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Crash Higher Spanish

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    I am considering crashing Higher Spanish this year but i am concerned that i may struggle..

    I know nothing of the language beyond the most basic phrases, i am aware it is seen by many as the easiest language to learn and was wondering what peoples thoughts were of it at Higher level.

    Also say you get an A at Higher, how fluent would you be?
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    Don't do Spanish Higher myself, but know a few people that do - they say it is much easier than French or German when you have some experience with languages. I have known people crash it when they are in that situation, and they say it is dead easy. I wouldn't rule it out even if you have no experience with languages at all.

    Sorry about the garbledness.

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