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Hi, I'm currently studying 10 GCSEs including two languages (Latin and French) but I've always really wanted to study Spanish. How hard would it be to study three languages, and could you give me any tips on self-tutoring (how the exams work, good books etc.) Also, do universities like to see languages and would I gain extra credit for self-teaching?
But or GCSE I just looked at what types of things I needed to know for Spanish and found out how to say the same things in French, plus learning verb conjugations and some grammar
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if you do choose such an earnest endeavour I hope that you may find some helpful resources here.
There are things such as past exams including listening exams with audio files. Flashcards taken from GCSE and AQA vocab lists etc.
All the best, I'm sure you'll do well
I too am going to self-teach Spanish; however, at the moment, I don't know where to start!
I have basic competence of the language and the understanding at GCSE level, but that's it.
Would you be able to give me some advice?
I have had brief experience with Spanish, however, I want to learn French and German too!