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    (Original post by niv1234)
    I've actually done a term's worth of Italian lessons in school and I might continue it next year. Its not too similar to French so I did see some similarities but not many. I did really enjoy it though.
    Oh cool! I'm probably going to do it then, cause at least I'll get taught by someone who knows their stuff haha


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    (Original post by pascalscasino)
    Yeah, I definitely have the best knowledge of grammar for Spanish out of my choices, but my problem with that is that I'm terrified of speaking it, as I have a horrific accent (I can't roll my 'r's
    ), but thank you for the advice anyway 😎


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    I'm an international student, had to learn English as, you know, was going to study here. My advice is definitely to just go for it. I would say accent is not that important, languages are about communication, and if you can get your point across, that's successful communication isn't it? Do you ever make fun of English learners not having perfect accent? I hope not, and that would be how the native speakers would feel too They'll give you credit for having the courage to learn something new.
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    Pronunciation will come with more effort @ OP
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    RE: Accent, this video I think offers a nice view on having an accent:



    Skip to 2:45 onwards, though watch the first bit if ya want.
 
 
 
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